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Second- and third-stringers eye 2016 if front-runner stumbles
Topic - Dorian Finney-Smith
Florida coach Billy Donovan has taken on so many transfers that it's looking more like his trademark than a trend.
Florida coach Billy Donovan gathered his team in a solemn locker room and delivered the harsh truth: "This isn't going to be enough to keep our season going."
John Calipari would like another shot at the finish of Kentucky's big comeback that fell one point short.
Florida coach Billy Donovan has found sustained success with college basketball's version of the waiver wire.
Florida coach Billy Donovan knows his newly top-ranked Gators are an even bigger target for opponents. They just keep finding ways to finish off victories.
Arkansas finally ran out of answers at home.
Virginia Tech Hokies 2012-13 preview.
"I feel like we can," Finney-Smith said. "We've been doing it all year. It was just a tough game. We didn't come out with a lot of energy like we prepared to, but we've just got to move on to the next game."
Johnson, however, took over the program in Blacksburg, Va., that had already lost highly regarded freshman Dorian Finney-Smith, who announced his decision to transfer to Florida, and then lost prized recruiting commitment Montrezl Harrell to Louisville.