LIVE in Orlando

The Gators will tip off the NCAA Basketball Tournament Thursday and begin their race towards a national championship against Albany in Orlando at the Amway Center.

Gator Country is down in Orlando and will be at practice, Billy Donovan and the player’s press conferences and shoot around. We will have a live thread, pictures and articles to fulfill all of your Gator basketball coverage needs.

STORIES

– Scottie Wilbekin and Will Yeguete will the Gators to the Sweet Sixteen.

– Florida ready to put slow start behind them.

-Billy Donovan, Rick Pitino talk about NBA moves.

-Frazier finds shooting stroke in an interesting way.

-Great Danes fight hard, but punch not enough.

-Florida shaky at start of NCAA opener.

-This win was about survive and advance.

FLORIDA 67-ALBANY 55.

-The Mark Miller Report: feeling good about UF.

-Game advance pre UF-Albany: Jacob Kurtz happy about homecoming.

-Florida’s one game mentality.

Who are the Albany Great Danes?

-What 2014’s Florida basketball team has in common with its 2007 counterpart.

-For Florida, changes come as NCAA tournament nears.

LIVE THREADS

Click here to join our live thread for Friday’s Billy Donovan press conference.

Click here to join our live thread during Florida-Albany.

Click here to join our live thread during Colorado-Pittsburgh, winner will meet Florida Saturday.

Click here to head over to our message board where we will keep you updated live throughout the day Thursday.

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Richard Johnson
Richard lives in Gainesville and prides himself in being a bonafide lifelong Alachua County Resident. He attends the University of Florida and is in his third year studying Telecommunications. He isn’t sure how he started loving football being the son of two immigrants that don’t care about the sport, but he has developed a borderline unhealthy obsession with it. In his free time, Richard watches other sports and is an avid fan of the Los Angeles Lakers and Tampa Bay Rays. He doesn’t like chocolate, knows Moe’s is better than Chipotle and drinks way too many Arnold Palmers. He also took up golf in the summer of 2012. That pursuit isn’t going well. You can listen to him talk about sports during the Cheapseats radio show on ESPN 850-WRUF or online at WRUF.com. Follow him on Twitter at @RagjUF.