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Gators preparing for the Bulldogs

The stat sheet from Mississippi State's previous game says it all. The Bulldogs turned the ball over 29 times against Arkansas on Wednesday in Fayetteville, Ark. Florida's suffocating defense heads to Starkville for Saturday's game after holding opponents to less than 50 points in nine of 17 games this season. The Gators want to continue to create havoc with their defense Saturday night.

"Hopefully we can turn them over a little bit," Florida forward Will Yeguete said with a laugh. The trends would show that as a distinct possibility for Florida. Mississippi State has turned the ball over 20+ times in two of their last three games. The Gators continue to get after teams with their full court press after made baskets. When they get in the half court defense, the defense continues... Recommended Stories

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