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Uncensored Sound Off: Post game reaction

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Former, current and future Florida Gators, as well as college basketball analysts, took to Twitter during and immediately after No. 15 Florida's 65-64 loss to No. 13 Connecticut. Check out what some of your favorite Gators and some well-known analysts had to say after the contest.
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ESPN writer Myron Medcalf:
Great game between Florida and UConn on ESPN2. I think both squads are good enough to make it to Arlington in April.— Myron Medcalf (@MedcalfByESPN) December 3, 2013
Patric Young has to do a better job of disguising his post moves. Too predictable. Gives D too much time to help and double.— Myron Medcalf (@MedcalfByESPN) December 3, 2013
ESPN reporter Jeff Goodman:
Not sure there is a tougher kid in college basketball than Shabazz Napier.— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) December 3, 2013
Not fair to judge this Florida team right now. Not until we see Scottie Wilbekin and freshman Kasey Hill on floor together. Will be elite.— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) December 3, 2013
CBS Sports writer Matt Norlander:,/b>
It's so loud in Gampel, Florida players are hearing whistles that aren't being blown.— Matt Norlander (@MattNorlander) December 3, 2013
Asked an NBA scout during halfitme about Patric Young's draft prospects these days. His response, "For football?"— Matt Norlander (@MattNorlander) December 3, 2013
InsidetheGators.com columnist Adam Silverstein and former center Adrian Moss:
@onlygators @gatorhoops I totally agree— Adrian Moss (@AdrianM4) December 3, 2013
Former center Adrian Moss:
I would love to see Young be more aggressive and dominate on the low block— Adrian Moss (@AdrianM4) December 3, 2013
Senior PG's can't make those kind of mistakes— Adrian Moss (@AdrianM4) December 3, 2013
Gotta rebound, offense of rebounds beat them tonight— Adrian Moss (@AdrianM4) December 3, 2013
Always the second shot that beats you, ALWAYS!!!!!!!!— Adrian Moss (@AdrianM4) December 3, 2013
ESPN anchor Steve Weissman:
Shabazz Napier making a case for the nation's top point guard. #UCONN— Steve Weissman (@SWeissmanESPN) December 3, 2013
Gainesville Sun writer Kevin Brockway:
Florida's seniors are terrific athletes kids who play hard on d and are about right things. But they lack mental strength at times.— Kevin Brockway (@gatorhoops) December 3, 2013
Former wide receiver Frankie Hammond, Jr.:
GatorBall.... — Frankie Hammond Jr (@FHammond85) December 3, 2013
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