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HOOPS: SEC schedule announced

The 2014 Southeastern Conference basketball schedule was released Tuesday, completing Florida's schedule for the 2013-14 season. 

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(Billy Donovan, media.miamiherald.com)

Florida opens conference play against South Carolina on Jan. 8 and will finish the regular season hosting Kentucky on senior day March 8 (noon, CBS). 

The Gators play 14 nationally televised conference games, and all 126 SEC games will be shown nationally, regionally or on ESPN3. 

UF will play a home-and-home series with USC, Tennessee, Alabama, Auburn and Kentucky. The Gators also host Georgia, Texas A&M, Missouri and LSU, while traveling to Arkansas, Mississippi State, Vanderbilt and Ole Miss

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Billy's team seems to be loaded, I expect it to be better than last year's team. Hopefully we can go all the way this year. Young needs to have a big year, dude's got the size and skill but he needs to put it all together.

Any word on Chris Walker and him being cleared to enroll yet ? I hear he has until next Wed. before add/drop to be cleared. With this kid the Gators frontcourt would be 6 deep at the 4 and 5 and 10-11 deep overall. That's just sick. Billy can sub in an entire 5 players and still have a Top-25 team on the court.

I also heard that if he doesn't qualify, he has said that he would still enroll in 2014 to play at least 1 year with Kasey Hill and learn from Billy D. Hope he makes it.

Loving your work Jesse ... Hurt them Canes with Loooove. It'll drivem nuts.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3RQtrN4LB98

There's lots of smoke with Walker right now, but nothing official has been leaked either way. There's been legitimate talk that if he doesn't qualify this week he'll come in December. I believe if he makes it at all it'll be the latter, but we'll see.

Two months ago, I was told Walker had been working out with famed Central Florida Community College coach Tim Ryan, a friend of Billy Donovan.

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