Gator Basketball Rides Beal's 19, Young's Energy to Win over Mississippi State
Two of the best in college basketball met on Saturday, and No. 13 Florida used a late 11-0 run in the second half to put away the visiting No. 16 Mississippi State Bulldogs 69-57. The game was closely contested throughout, but the Gators rode the energy of Patric Young and his stellar performance off the bench. It was his fourth-consecutive game in that role, but Young brought fans in the O'Connell Center to their feet with monumental slam dunks, including a one-handed putback on a Gator fast break. Freshman Bradley Beal led all scorers with 19, and Florida survived a struggling shooting night for Kenny Boynton, who went 1-6 from the field with two points, but had five assists to lead the team.
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