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Boxscore Breakdown: Ole Miss 66 – Florida 63

2013_sec_men_s_basketball_tournament_logoRallying back from a 14-point first-half deficit, the Ole Miss Rebels are your 2013 SEC Conference Tournament Champions.  Down 12-points at half, Ole Miss outscored Florida 40-25 in the second half. A last-second three-point attempt by Kenny Boynton hit the rim but bounced off.

Murphy Holloway led Ole Miss with 23 points and 10 rebounds. Marshall Henderson had 21 points, all but three of them in the second half.

Florida was led by Mike Rosario with 18 points and Kenny Boynton with 13.

- Ole Miss shot 47% from the field (27-57) while Florida shot 37% from the floor (22-59).

- Florida did connect on 11 three-pointers, Ole Miss just four.

- The Rebels outrebounded the Gators – 35-30.

-Ole Miss had 16 turnovers, Florida had 11.

No need to argue now – Ole Miss is in the NCAA Tournament.  Where and when – we’ll find out in a few hours.  Florida, the regular season champs, are headed to the tournament as well, but this stat will give Gator fans and anyone with a bracket pause to consider- Florida now 0-6 this season in games decided by six points or less.

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Wow Evening Headlines 9/25/2012

Kentucky safety Mikie Benton will not be suspended for hit in Florida game
Steve Spurrier on Kentucky: “I think we are better than them.”
LSU-TCU to open next season at Cowboys Stadium
Georgia leads the nation with 35 offensive plays of 20 yards or more
Dan Mullen on 4-0 Mississippi State: “The opportunity could be there for championships.”
Ole Miss’ Hugh Freeze on this week’s foe, Alabama: “They’re the gold standard in football right now.
Rebel QB Bo Wallace is “optimistic” he’ll be able to play with a shoulder injury
Florida guard Kenny Boynton tells ESPN that Tennessee will be the “toughest (team) to go against” this hoops season
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WOW Headlines 9/25/12

Georgia leads the nation with 35 offensive plays of 20 yards or more
Kentucky QB Maxwell Smith is day-to-day with a shoulder injury
Dan Mullen on 4-0 Mississippi State: “The opportunity could be there for championships.”
Ole Miss’ Hugh Freeze on this week’s foe, Alabama: “They’re the gold standard in football right now.
Rebel QB Bo Wallace is “optimistic” he’ll be able to play with a shoulder injury
Alabama fan and alleged Auburn tree-poisoner Harvey Updyke arrested in Louisiana for “terrorizing”
Florida guard Kenny Boynton tells ESPN that Tennessee will be the “toughest (team) to go against” this hoops season
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UF’s Boynton Says He’ll Return For Senior Year

Florida Gator fans got good news this morning via the Twitter account of senior-to-be guard Kenny Boynton.  Rather than make an early exit to the NBA, Boynton will return to Gainesville for one more year:


“To confirm the questions being ask lately I have reached a decision and I am returning to Gainesville for my senior season #go gators”


Boynton averaged a career-best 15.9 points per game last season along with 2.6 rebounds and 2.7 assists per contests.

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SEC Headlines – 3/26/12 Part Two

1.  Could this be the year Florida receiver Andre Debose finally has luck on his side?

2.  The basketball Gators grew up on their way to the Elite Eight, but will Bradley Beal and Kenny Boynton return?

3.  Kenarious Gates opened spring drills at Georgia at left tackle.

4.  Linebacker Jarvis Jones likes the look of UGA’s defense.

5.  Everyone’s saying Frank Martin will be introduced at South Carolina tomorrow.

6.  New coaches and plenty of change are headed Tennessee’s way this spring.

7.  Derek Dooley says his team was a little too sloppy on Day One of drills.

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Donovan Says Boynton Already An NBA-Level Defender

Billy Donovan is dishing out some solid praise for junior-to-be guard Kenny Boynton.  According to UF’s coach, the Gators’ second-best scorer in 2010-11 was also the team’s very best defender:


“He has the ability to be the best defensive player in our league — no question.  (Boynton has) a special quality and special ability here that nobody ever really talks about.

One thing about Kenny is I think he’s an NBA defender.  He can really guard on the perimeter.”


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