Florida basketball on ESPN Super Tuesday

By Adam Silverstein
August 16, 2011

ESPN and the Southeastern Conference have announced the match-ups set for their 2012 Super Tuesday showcase, and Florida Gators basketball will be featured in four of the contests. Below is the official 2011-12 non-conference schedule with the four additional ESPN Super Tuesday games added at the end:

AthleteCountrySport
Will Claye
USA
Track & Field
Triple jump
Kerron Clement
USA
Track & Field
400m hurdles
Arman Hall
USA
Track & Field
4x400m relay
Tony McQuay
USA
Track & Field
4x400m relay
Christian Taylor
USA
Track & Field
Triple jump
Andres Arroyo
Puerto Rico
Track & Field
800 meters
Gen. LaCaze
Australia
Track & Field
3000m s
5000m
Eddie Lovett
U.S. V.I.
Track & Field
110m hurdles
Kemal Mesic
Bosnia
Track & Field
Shot put
Shara Proctor
Great Britain
Track & Field
Long jump
L. Williams-Mills
Jamaica
Track & Field
4x400m relay
Stipe Zunic
Croatia
Track & Field
Shot put
Elizabeth Beisel
USA
Swimming
400m IM
Caeleb Dressel
USA
Swimming
100m free
4x100m relay
4x100m medley
Conor Dwyer
USA
Swimming
400m free
200m free
4x200m relay
Ryan Lochte
USA
Swimming
200m IM
4x200m relay
M. Costa-Schmid
Spain
Swimming
200m free
400m free
4x100m relay
4x200m relay
Mitch D'Arrigo
Italy
Swimming
200m free
4x200m relay
H. Luthersdottir
Iceland
Swimming
100m breast
200m breast
Corey Main
New Zealand
Swimming
100m back
200m back
Omar Pinzon
Colombia
Swimming
200m back
S. Rousseau
South Africa
Swimming
400m IM
200m fly
Solaeche-Gomez
Spain
Swimming
200m IM
Jan Switkowski
Poland
Swimming
200m fly
200m free
Rex Tullius
U.S. V.I.
Swimming
200m back
Dan Wallace
Great Britain
Swimming
200m IM
4x200m relay
Pawel Werner
Poland
Swimming
4x200m relay
Kelly Murphy
USA
Volleyball
Aury Cruz
Puerto Rico
Volleyball
Sandra Gal
Germany
Golf

2 Comments

  1. Tim says:

    That out of conference schedule is no joke. Billy must think very highly of this team because he tends to schedule games based on his confidence in his team’s abilities.

  2. Ken (CA) says:

    actually he has been scheduling harder and harder for years, not based on teams, but based on NCAA bid chances…there were a couple of teams after championships that shoulda been in top 64, but didnt make it because schedule was to weak. He is making sure that no matter how good or bad the team is, they have the RPI to get in if they can win enough games…

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