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Let the madness set in

Top-seeded Gators keep their guard up

Posted: March 20, 2014 at 4:10 a.m.

Tennessee forward Jarnell Stokes (5) shoots over Iowa center Gabriel Olaseni on Wednesday in the second half of the Volunteers’ 78-65 overtime victory in the NCAA Tournament in Dayton, Ohio. Stokes scored 18 points and grabbed 13 rebounds in the victory.

Tennessee forward Jarnell Stokes (5) shoots over Iowa center Gabriel Olaseni on Wednesday in the second half of the Volunteers’ 78-65 overtime victory in the NCAA Tournament in Dayton, Ohio. Stokes scored 18 points and grabbed 13 rebounds in the victory.

Don’t tell top-seeded Florida that its NCAA Tournament opener should be a lopsided laugher.

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Florida’s Scottie Wilbekin said Coach Billy Donovan makes sure the Gators are focused on each opponent. (By: JOHN RAOUX) (Credit: AP)

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