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2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/5W 74-59
- 11/10L 63-51
- 11/14W 66-60
- 11/17L 62-59
- 11/21W 70-62
- 11/22W 78-58
- 11/2418W 70-65
- 11/29W 73-67
- 12/724L 76-62
- 12/17W 83-51
- 12/21L 65-62
- 12/28W 102-63
- 1/4W 104-98
- 1/7W 81-68
- 1/11L 91-75
- 1/14W 71-55
- 1/184W 69-47
- 1/21L 84-82
- 1/251L 72-61
- 1/28L 78-71
- 2/1W 61-55
- 2/5W 81-75
- 2/8L 68-51
- 2/12W 78-61
- 2/15W 84-66
- 2/18W 73-59
- 2/2210h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 2/26h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 2/29h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 3/4h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 3/710h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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Keyontae Johnson scored a career-high 24 points, Andrew Nembhard added 17 and Florida beat Arkansas 73-59 on Tuesday night for their 11th victory in the last 12 meetings.
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Noah Locke scored 19 points thanks mostly to a season-high six 3-pointers, Kerry Blackshear Jr. added 15 and Florida hammered Vanderbilt 84-66 on Saturday night as the Gators honored former coach Billy Donovan.
Former Florida coach Billy Donovan wiped tears from his eyes Saturday when he first saw the court that will forever bear his name.
Andrew Nembhard scored 24 points and Florida used a big run early in the second half to take control of the game and cruise to a 78-61 win over Texas A&M on Wednesday night.
Breein Tyree scored 23 points and sparked Mississippi to what proved to be an insurmountable early lead Saturday as the Rebels defeated Florida 68-51.
Keyontae Johnson, Andrew Nembhard and Tre Mann carried Florida to one of its biggest comebacks in school history, helping the Gators overcome a 22-point deficit and stun rival Georgia 81-75 on Wednesday night.
Keyontae Johnson scored 20 points and Florida handed Vanderbilt its 26th consecutive Southeastern Conference loss, adding to the Commodores' dubious league record, beating them 61-55 on Saturday night.
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Reggie Perry scored a career-high 27 points, Robert Woodard added 16 and Mississippi State beat Florida 78-71 on Tuesday night for its fourth straight victory in Southeastern Conference play.
Kentucky got a big road win in OT over Texas Tech, Baylor handled Florida with ease, and Illinois finds itself atop the crowded Big Ten.
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