One On One With Teddy Dupay
GAINESVILLE- Teddy Dupay was one of the most exciting players in Billy Donovan's early tenure with the Florida Gator basketball team, helping lead the Gators to the 2000 NCAA Tournament Final during his junior season.
Dupay was also involved in his fair share of controversy, leaving before his senior year after associating himself with someone involved in gambling, which is against NCAA rules, as well as spending 30 nights in jail for public intoxication in 2008.
But now more than a dozen years after the Gators run to their first championship game, Dupay is working with a non-profit organization in Tampa to try and send a few lucky fans to a Final Four of their own.
Dupay is helping the Skills Center in Tampa, which is dedicated to improving the lives of young people through athletic and academic achievement.
For more information on the Final Four raffle, please visit the following website:
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