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Topic - Michael Frazier Ii
With the game winding down and his team facing a double-digit deficit, Florida coach Billy Donovan turned to an NCAA official sitting courtside and jokingly asked if they could start over.
It was 6:45 a.m. on a Saturday, more than four hours before tip-off against Mississippi, and Florida guard Michael Frazier II was in the visiting arena putting up shots.
The Gators reached their fifth Final Four after losing at this point in each of the past three NCAA tournaments. This time, they came in as the country's top-ranked team and the overall No. 1 seed.
First yet again this season, the Florida Gators want more. Much more.
The Florida Gators are back where their last three seasons have ended with yet another chance to go to the Final Four.
UCLA had a chance to beat Florida. When the Bruins got close, they bogged down.
Top-seeded seeded Florida played with a lot more energy and intensity this time around.
Top-ranked Florida reveled in a confetti celebration, cut down the nets again, and let out a big sigh of relief.
Missouri was in position to pull off a defining victory, the kind of triumph that would surely win over the NCAA selection commission.
With just over 10 minutes remaining, top-ranked Florida found itself in a dogfight, looking very much like it could be headed for its first loss against a Southeastern Conference team.
Michael Frazier II got one directive from his Florida teammates against South Carolina - whenever he saw daylight on the court, let the ball fly.
Brenton Williams had hoped to follow the pregame cheers at his final home South Carolina home game with another court-storming celebration at the end.
Michael Frazier II set a Florida record with 11 3-pointers on his way to a career-high 37 points, leading the top-ranked Gators to a 72-46 victory against South Carolina on Tuesday night.
Marshall Henderson's early hot shooting helped put Mississippi in position to pull off an upset victory over No. 2 Florida.
Mississippi's Marshall Henderson unleashed a first-half scoring spree that put No. 2 Florida's school-record winning streak in danger.
"On a typical game day, 350, 400 shots I try to make just so that I have a good rhythm going into the game," Frazier said.
"When I make my mind up to do something, I'm going to give it my all," he said. "I don't really let distractions get in the way of what I'm trying to accomplish."