Second Florida crown is one for history books
The first national title was for them. The second one is for the Gators' legacy as a great all-time team, writes Gene Wojciechowski.
ATLANTA -- A tournament official carrying a worn, taped-up cardboard box walked to the second row behind the Florida bench and placed the package under the press row table. This is where the national championship trophy sat for most of the final 6 minutes and 17 seconds of Monday evening's Final Four title game: under a blue-curtained table and under the watchful eye of a security guard as the Gators put the finishing touches on hoops history.
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2007 FINAL FOUR
CHAMPIONSHIP GAME, APRIL 2:
• Donovan on Kentucky: Nothing to talk about
• Woj: Gators' lasting legacy
• Forde: Brewer delivers
• Schlabach: The senior piece
• Katz: Donovan's level raised
• Around The Rim
• Florida 84, OSU 75 | Analysis
SEMIFINALS, MARCH 31:
• Forde: Real Fab Five
• Woj: Burning questions
• Katz: Disappointed Afflalo
• Schlabach: Green turns invisible
• Katz: Conley drives Ohio State
• Around the Rim
• Florida 76, UCLA 66 | Analysis
• OSU 67, G'town 60 | Analysis