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Florida Gators Keep Hopes Alive For Big Dance After Beating Tennessee

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The University of Florida mens basketball team defeated the Tennessee Volunteers Tuesday night (Feb 23rd) in impressive fashion. As Junior Skepple reports, the win may have been the one that pushes them back into the NCAA tournament picture after a two-year hiatus.

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