• Florida's season a success despite Final Four flop

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    ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) (AP)

    ong> - Scottie Wilbekin sat hunched in his locker, his eyes red, his voice hush and his legs still cramping.
     
       Teammates Casey Prather, Will Yeguete and Patric Young were a few feet away, also fighting back tears while trying to find words to explain how they played so poorly on college basketball's biggest stage.
     
       It was a painful ending for Florida's four seniors, the mainstays of coach Billy Donovan's team.
     
       But when the disappointment flees, when the vivid details of how Florida's national semifinal unfolded Saturday night at AT&T Stadium fade, the Gators will be able to smile about what will go down as one of the most successful seasons in school history.


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