Buddy Alexander

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FOUR BITS: Horschel, Jenkins, Noah, Speights

February 12, 2015 | By Adam Silverstein
1 » Former Florida Gators golfer Billy Horschel exploded on the scene last season, winning the 2014 FedEx Cup and bringing home a cool $14.8 million for his efforts. Horschel, who also...
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Billy Horschel: ‘I love representing Gator Nation.’

October 17, 2014 | By Adam Silverstein
Former Florida Gators golfer Billy Horschel capped the best three weeks of his young career – and life – last month when he won the 2014 Tour Championship, brought home a total...
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Florida hires J.C. Deacon as men’s golf coach

June 14, 2014 | By Adam Silverstein
Less than two months after men’s golf coach Buddy Alexander announced his retirement following 27 years on the job, the Florida Gators found his replacement in UNLV Rebels assistant coach J.C. Deacon....
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Buddy Alexander to retire after 27 years at Florida

April 22, 2014 | By Adam Silverstein
The second-longest-tenured head coach in school history, Buddy Alexander has decided to retire after nearly three decades at the helm of the highly-successful Florida Gators’s men’s golf program. Alexander, who will coach...
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SIX BITS: Noah, Masters, Alexander, Ridley, Lee

April 10, 2014 | By Adam Silverstein
1 » Already in the midst of a Most Valuable Player-caliber campaign, Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah on Wednesday became just the fourth center in NBA history to record four triple-doubles consisting...
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FOUR BITS: Lee hurt, Moss cut, golf, swimming

November 17, 2010 | By Adam Silverstein
1 » Just one week ago, Golden State Warriors power forward David Lee knocked out New York Knicks forward Wilson Chandler’s tooth during a game. When Lee’s elbow hit Chandler’s face, it...
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SIX BITS: W-tennis advances, Tebow’s tracker, Slive’s contract, Emmitt’s homecoming

May 23, 2010 | By Adam Silverstein
1 » Advancing to the 2010 NCAA Tournament semifinals for the 20th time in the last 24 years, the No. 3 Florida Gators women’s tennis team (28-2) swept the No. 11 Miami...
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Poll Reviews: FIU/FSU MVP, most important

December 3, 2009 | By Adam Silverstein
Over the past two weeks, OGGOA asked you to participate in three polls. The first two determined your Most Valuable Players for the Florid International Golden Panthers and Florida State Seminoles games,...
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