I wouldn't call Butler a top 25 team, but I get your point. The problem is that when you live by the 3 you die by the 3. We had the same number of fgs as South Carolina. They just made theirs with fewer attempts. No one on their team took half the number of 3s Locke did. Green light privileges should be given to him when he is 50% or better in the first half. He was there and then did not take another 3 point shot from the 8:44 mark on. Not surprisingly, South Carolina got right back in the game. This is a coaching deficiency. I understand preserving]your best players when they get into foul trouble. But Noah did not commit his first foul until 14:53 left in the second half. Even though we expanded the lead without Locke scoring, we obviously did not do enough to win. Having him taking shots when we had a scoring advantage would have taken pressure off of him, and kept him in a good rhythm. Not having a hot shooting Locke continue to force the offensive surge upon South Carolina was yet another blunder in White's short but uneventful coaching career at Florida.