Gator Men's Basketball Loses Third Straight
Returning to the friendly confines of the Stephen C. O'Connell Center was apparently not enough for the Florida Gator men's basketball team. Playing at the O-Dome for the first since December 1, the Gators lost to South Alabama 67-66 on a layin from DeAndre Hersey with 1.8 seconds remaining. The loss is the third straight for the Gators (8-3), who fall to 2-3 in the month of December. Alex Tyus led the Gators with 16 points, as Florida shot just 23% from the field in the second quarter and 36% on the game.
The Gators return to the court on December 28th against American at the O'Connell Center, beginning at 7 p.m.
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