Florida Basketball announces 2022-23 SEC schedule

The Florida men’s basketball team announced its 2022-23 conference schedule Wednesday morning, completing its first-season roster for coach Todd Golden in Gainesville.

The schedule includes 18 competitions and opens with a game in Auburn on December 28, a few days after the team returns from Charlotte, North Carolina, where it is scheduled to face Oklahoma at the Jumpman Invitational.

It is the first interesting and exciting match by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to start Golden’s tenure as he will face off with his mentor, head coach Auburn Bruce Pearlwhich Golden praised during his inaugural press conference in Florida in March.

“It was a wonderful learning experience,” Golden said of working at Pearl. “I came to Auburn from Columbia, and so we were working with — it was a low key program with incredibly smart student athletes. Not a lot of resources. Trying to navigate through different situations in the best possible way, then go down with Bruce to Auburn. It was a ball game Totally different. It was going from a low key state to a high major, what I consider roughly professional athletics in terms of the way it’s supported, and the resources.”

The Gators are then scheduled to play their conference’s opening game January 4 against Texas A&M, who reached the NIT Championship game last season but lost to Xavier’s team, who also knocked the Gators out of the post-season in the second round.

However, it will be Florida’s next game, as many of its fans will likely have it rolling on their calendars as it marks the team’s first two games against Georgia, which will be led by the former Gator coach. Mike White, who unexpectedly left the program after the end of the 2021-22 regular season to take up the same position in Athens. This meeting is scheduled to take place in Gainesville on January 7.

The Gators are then set to travel to LSU where they will face the new-look Tigers roster on January 10. This match will determine the Florida match for transfer forward Alex Fudge against his former team.

Two of the next four games are scheduled to take place in Florida on the road where she will face Missouri at home on January 14 before traveling to Texas A&M on January 18 and Mississippi State on January 21. against South Carolina on January 25.

Florida will have a break in its conference schedule on January 28 when it competes in the SEC/Big 12 Challenge with a road match in Kansas State.

Then team play resumes on February 1 in Gainesville when the Gators face Tennessee at O’Connell Center, a solid test before hitting the road on February 4 to take on the always-challenging Kentucky side that still features the 2021-22 National. Winner of the Player of the Year award, big man Oscar Chiboya rebounding machine with a knack for scoring low and fighting through contact.

Florida will then travel to Tuscaloosa on February 8 for a game against Alabama before returning home to face Vanderbilt for the first time in a two-game series on February 11.

Florida’s February 15 match against Ole Miss is scheduled to follow to follow the Gators’ competition against the Commodore with a February 18 game on the road in Arkansas afterward. The Razorbacks are once again expected to be one of the best teams in the country after they made several unofficial acquisitions to bolster their already strong roster.

The final stage of Florida’s regular season games consist of Game Two against Kentucky on February 22, road matches against Vanderbilt on February 25 and Georgia on February 28, and the season finale, a home game against LSU on March 4.

The Gators are scheduled to open their season on November 7 with a home game against Stony Brook.

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