2010–11 Florida Gators men's basketball team

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2010–11 Florida Gators men's basketball
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SEC regular season
and Eastern Division champions
NCAA Tournament, Elite Eight
Conference Southeastern Conference East
Ranking
Coaches #10
AP #15
2010–11 record 29–8 (13–3 SEC)
Head coach Billy Donovan
Assistant coach Larry Shyatt
Richard Pitino
Rob Lanier
Home arena O'Connell Center
Seasons
« 2009–10 2011–12 »
2010–11 Southeastern Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
East
#15 Florida 13 3   .813     29 8   .784
#11 Kentucky 10 6   .625     29 9   .763
#25 Vanderbilt 9 7   .563     23 11   .676
Georgia 9 7   .563     21 12   .636
Tennessee 8 8   .500     19 15   .559
South Carolina 5 11   .313     14 16   .467
West
Alabama 12 4   .750     25 12   .676
Mississippi State 9 7   .563     17 14   .548
Ole Miss 7 9   .438     20 14   .588
Arkansas 7 9   .438     18 13   .581
Auburn 4 12   .250     11 20   .355
LSU 3 13   .188     11 21   .344
SEC Tournament winner
As of April 2, 2011; Rankings from AP Poll

The 2010–11 Florida Gators men's basketball team represented the University of Florida in the sport of basketball during the 2010–11 college basketball season. The Gators competed in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Eastern Division of the Southeastern Conference (SEC). They were led by head coach Billy Donovan, and played their home games in the O'Connell Center on the university's Gainesville, Florida campus.

The Gators were the SEC regular season champions with a 13–3 conference record, but lost to Kentucky in the championship game of the 2011 SEC Men's Basketball Tournament. Small forward Chandler Parsons earned SEC Player of the Year honors, and head coach Billy Donovan won the SEC Coach of the Year award. They received an at-large bid in the 2011 NCAA Tournament as a No. 2 seed in southeast region where they advanced to the Elite Eight before losing to Butler in overtime.

Previous season[edit]

The Gators finished the season 21–13, 9–7 in SEC play and lost in the first round of the NCAA Tournament to BYU.

Class of 2010[edit]

[1][2][3]

Name Hometown High school / college Height Weight Commit date
Cody Larson
PF
Sioux Falls, South Dakota Roosevelt HS 6 ft 9 in (2.06 m) 225 lb (102 kg) Apr 25, 2010 
Scout:4/5 stars   Rivals:3/5 stars   247Sports: N/A    ESPN grade: 92
Casey Prather
SF
Jackson, Tennessee North Side HS 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) 185 lb (84 kg) Sep 30, 2009 
Scout:4/5 stars   Rivals:4/5 stars   247Sports: N/A    ESPN grade: 95
Scottie Wilbekin
PG
Gainesville, Florida The Rock School 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m) 150 lb (68 kg) Apr 25, 2010 
Scout:2/5 stars   Rivals: N/A   247Sports: N/A    ESPN grade: 89
Will Yeguete
PF
Bordeaux, France Florida Air Academy 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) 210 lb (95 kg) Apr 19, 2010 
Scout:3/5 stars   Rivals:3/5 stars   247Sports: N/A    ESPN grade: 84
Patric Young
PF
Jacksonville, Florida Providence HS 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m) 215 lb (98 kg) Nov 15, 2008 
Scout:5/5 stars   Rivals:5/5 stars   247Sports: N/A    ESPN grade: 96
Overall Recruiting Rankings:     Scout14     Rivals19 [4]     ESPN9 

Roster[edit]

Name Number Position Height Weight Class Hometown
Adam Allen 14 F 6–8 225 Redshirt Junior Milton, Florida
Kenny Boynton 1 G 6–2 183 Sophomore Pompano Beach, Florida
Cody Larson 34 F 6–9 225 Freshman Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Vernon Macklin 32 F 6–10 230 Redshirt Senior Portsmouth, Virginia
Kyle McClanahan 20 G 6–1 185 Junior Maitland, Florida
Erik Murphy 33 F 6–9 217 Sophomore South Kingstown, Rhode Island
Chandler Parsons 25 F 6–9 213 Senior Winter Park, Florida
Casey Prather 24 G/F 6–6 195 Freshman Jackson, Tennessee
Mike Rosario 3 G 6–3 180 Redshirt Junior Jersey City, New Jersey
Alex Tyus 23 F 6–8 220 Senior St. Louis, Missouri
Erving Walker 11 G 5–8 161 Junior Brooklyn, N.Y.
Scottie Wilbekin 5 G 6–2 175 Freshman Gainesville, Florida
Will Yeguete 15 F 6–7 210 Freshman Bordeaux, France
Patric Young 4 F/C 6–9 245 Freshman Jacksonville, Florida

Coaches[edit]

Name Position College Graduating year
Billy Donovan Head Coach Providence College 1987
Larry Shyatt Associate Head Coach College of Wooster 1973
Richard Pitino Assistant Coach Providence College 1995
Rob Lanier Assistant Coach St. Bonaventure University 1990
Darren Hertz Assistant to the Head Coach University of Florida 1997
Adam Beaupre Video Coordinator University of Florida 1999
Matt Herring Strength & Conditioning Coordinator Texas State University 1994
Dave Werner Athletic Trainer Eastern Kentucky University 1991
Tom Williams Academic Counselor University of Florida 1978

Team statistics[edit]

As of March 16, 2011.
     Indicates team leader in specific category.

Name PTS PPG FG % FT % AST REB BLK STL
Adam Allen 0 0 .000 .000 0 0 0 0
Kenny Boynton 466 14.1 .377 .817 84 50 8 26
Cody Larson Redshirt
Vernon Macklin 374 11.3 .574 .449 26 183 24 10
Kyle McClanahan 4 0.6 .333 .500 2 3 1 3
Erik Murphy 125 4.3 .511 .750 8 70 15 5
Chandler Parsons 369 11.5 .496 .559 112 251 12 30
Casey Prather 38 1.2 .459 .000 12 35 2 7
Mike Rosario Ineligible for 2010–11 (Transfer)
Alex Tyus 277 8.7 .483 .635 27 176 24 13
Erving Walker 476 14.4 .411 .784 108 98 0 37
Scottie Wilbekin 88 2.7 .388 .565 56 50 1 33
Will Yeguete 36 1.3 .375 .444 7 76 2 11
Patric Young 108 3.3 .566 .710 11 123 28 19

Schedule and results[edit]

Retrieved from Gatorzone.com

Date Rank# Opponent# Result Record Site
Exhibition
October 28, 2010* #9 Florida Tech W 92–58  O'Connell Center
November 3, 2010* #9 Georgetown (KY) W 88–62  O'Connell Center
Regular season (Non-conference play)
November 12, 2010* #9 UNC Wilmington
(Global Sports Invitational)
W 77–60  1–0 O'Connell Center
November 16, 2010* #9 #4 Ohio State
(Global Sports Invitational)
L 75–93  1–1 O'Connell Center
November 18, 2010* #9 North Carolina A&T
(Global Sports Invitational)
W 105–55  2–1 O'Connell Center
November 21, 2010* #9 Morehead State
(Global Sports Invitational)
W 61–55  3–1 O'Connell Center
November 23, 2010* #16 Florida Atlantic W 79–66  4–1 O'Connell Center
November 28, 2010* #16 at Florida State W 55–51  5–1 Donald L. Tucker Center
December 1, 2010* #18 vs. Central Florida
(Florida Citrus Sports Shootout)
L 54–57  5–2 Amway Center
December 5, 2010* #18 vs. American
(BB&T Classic)
W 67–48  6–2 Verizon Center
December 9, 2010* Kent State W 65–52  7–2 O'Connell Center
December 18, 2010* vs. #6 Kansas State
(Orange Bowl Classic)
W 57–44  8–2 BankAtlantic Center
December 20, 2010* #20 Jacksonville L 68–71 OT 8–3 O'Connell Center
December 22, 2010* #20 Radford W 66–55  9–3 O'Connell Center
December 28, 2010* 7:00 p.m. Fairfield O'Connell Center • Gainesville, FL ESPNU Canceled[a]
December 31, 2010* at Xavier W 71–67  10–3 Cintas Center
January 3, 2011* Rhode Island W 84–59  11–3 O'Connell Center
Regular season (SEC conference play)
January 8, 2011 Ole Miss W 77–71  12–3 (1–0) O'Connell Center
January 11, 2011 at Tennessee W 81–75 OT 13–3 (2–0) Thompson–Boling Arena
January 15, 2011 South Carolina L 69–72  13–4 (2–1) O'Connell Center
January 20, 2011 at Auburn W 45–40  14–4 (3–1) Auburn Arena
January 22, 2011 Arkansas W 75–43  15–4 (4–1) O'Connell Center
January 25, 2011 #24 at Georgia W 104–91 2OT 16–4 (5–1) Stegeman Coliseum
January 29, 2011 #24 at Mississippi State L 64–71  16–5 (5–2) Humphrey Coliseum
February 1, 2011 #23 Vanderbilt W 65–61 OT 17–5 (6–2) O'Connell Center
February 5, 2011 #10 Kentucky W 70–68  18–5 (7–2) O'Connell Center
February 9, 2011 #17 at South Carolina W 79–60  19–5 (8–2) Colonial Life Arena
February 12, 2011 #17 Tennessee W 61–60  20–5 (9–2) O'Connell Center
February 20, 2011 #14 at LSU W 68–61  21–5 (10–2) Pete Maravich Assembly Center
February 24, 2011 #13 Georgia W 71–62  22–5 (11–2) O'Connell Center
February 26, 2011 #13 at #22 Kentucky L 68–76  22–6 (11–3) Rupp Arena
March 1, 2011 #14 Alabama W 78–51  23–6 (12–3) O'Connell Center
March 5, 2011 #14 at #21 Vanderbilt W 86–76  24–6 (13–3) Memorial Gymnasium
SEC Tournament
March 11, 2011 #12 (1) vs. (5) Tennessee
(Quarterfinals)
W 85–74  25–6 Georgia Dome
March 12, 2011 #12 (1) vs. #24 (3) Vanderbilt
(Semifinals)
W 77–66  26–6 Georgia Dome
March 13, 2011 #12 (1) vs. #15 (2) Kentucky
(Championship Game)
L 54–70  26–7 Georgia Dome
NCAA Tournament
March 17, 2011* #15 (2) vs. (15) UC-Santa Barbara
(Second round)
W 79–51  27–7 St. Pete Times Forum
March 19, 2011* #15 (2) vs. (7) UCLA
(Third round)
W 73–65  28–7 St. Pete Times Forum
March 24, 2011* #15 (2) vs. #10 (3) BYU
(Sweet Sixteen)
W 83–74 OT 29–7 New Orleans Arena
March 26, 2011* #15 (2) vs. (8) Butler
(Elite Eight)
L 71–74 OT 29–8 New Orleans Arena
*Non-Conference Game. Rankings from AP Poll. All times are in Eastern Time. ( ) Tournament seedings in parenthesis.
^[a] The game on Dec. 28 against Fairfield University was canceled due to a heavy snowstorm that prevented Fairfield (Connecticut) from traveling to Gainesville.[5]

Rankings[edit]

Ranking Movement
Legend: ██ Increase in ranking. ██ Decrease in ranking.
Poll Pre
Oct 28
Wk 1
Nov 15
Wk 2
Nov 22
Wk 3
Nov 29
Wk 4
Dec 6
Wk 5
Dec 13
Wk 6
Dec 20
Wk 7
Dec 27
Wk 8
Jan 3
Wk 9
Jan 10
Wk 10
Jan 17
Wk 11
Jan 24
Wk 12
Jan 31
Wk 13
Feb 7
Wk 14
Feb 14
Wk 15
Feb 21
Wk 16
Feb 28
Wk 17
Mar 7
Wk 18
Mar 14
Final
Mar 29
AP 9 9 16 18 NR NR 20 NR NR NR NR 24 NR 17 14 13 14 12 15 15
Coaches 11 10 14 16 24 24 19 NR NR NR NR 23 23 19 15 13 14 12 13 10

Awards and honors[edit]

References[edit]