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Florida-South Carolina preview


No. 1 Florida at South Carolina

When/where: 7; Colonial Life Arena, Columbia, S.C.

TV/radio: ESPNU; 620-AM

Records: Florida 27-2, 16-0 SEC; South Carolina 11-18, 4-12

Notable: The Gators will try for their ninth straight road win, the third-longest streak in the nation. … UF has won five in a row and 12 of the past 15 against South Carolina. … The Gamecocks have the SEC's best 3-point field-goal percentage (36.8).South Carolina's Sindarius Thornwell is averaging 15 points and is shooting 42.9 percent on 3s. … Florida defeated the Gamecocks 74-58 on Jan. 8.

Antonya English, Times staff writer

Florida-South Carolina preview 03/03/14 [Last modified: Monday, March 3, 2014 6:09pm]
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