There are two distinct sides to Florida's Mike Rosario. For the Gators to advance in the NCAA tournament, they'll need the good Mike to show up.
Depending on who comes, stays or goes, Florida could be one of the top contenders next season. Regardless, the Gators will have plenty of offense.
Friday's matchup features No. 7 seed Florida, a team that loves to fire off 3-pointers, against No. 10 Virginia, a team known for slow-down defense.
Losing four of it last five games likely cost Florida a higher seed closer to home, so the Gators head to Omaha, Neb., as a No. 7 seed to face No. 10 Virginia.
After a key injury to spark-plug forward Will Yeguete, Florida must overcome a decided lack of frontcourt depth. Good thing Billy Donovan has plenty of experience dealing with injuries.
After back-to-back losses, after losing at home to break a 19-game winning streak, Florida coach Billy Donovan calls out his team for being soft and immature.
Florida sits in second place in the Southeastern Conference with a 7-2 record midway through the regular season. Michael DiRocco has a closer look.
Sophomore forward Will Yeguete has learned on the fly how to defend the inbounds pass at the top of Florida's press and has become a major disruptor for Billy Donovan.
No. 13 Florida has had little trouble playing games on Thursdays and Saturdays, as evidenced by wins this week against Ole Miss and Mississippi State.
No. 14 Florida closes out LSU on Saturday thanks to the gumption of senior point guard Erving Walker.
Florida junior forward Erik Murphy is blossoming on the court and maturing off of it after an offseason brush with the law.
Florida sophomore power forward Patric Young has tendonitis in his ankle, which means the Gators need another forward to step up and produce with Young's minutes.
Florida Gators sophomore power forward Patric Young doesn't mean to hurt his teammates. It just happens ... regularly.
Coach Billy Donovan says in order for the No. 19 Gators to get their first road win of the season, they must cut down on turnovers and take better shots.
No. 19 Florida bounces back from a deflating loss at Tennessee with renewed focus on defense. The result is a 70-48 victory against Georgia.
After two years of Southeastern Conference play, Florida junior guard Kenny Boynton's offensive game has evolved to match his defense.