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Three-point shooting sparks No. 1 Florida

The Gators blew through their first 15 games of Southeastern Conference action without the benefit of the three-point shooting that carried Florida teams in recent years. It returned on Saturday in the O'Connell Center. Led by hot starts from Michael Frazier and Scottie Wilbekin, the Gators pulled away from LSU early and never looked back, cruising to a 79-61 win.

"The pace of the game was going," Florida coach Billy Donovan said. "We had pretty much really good looks from behind the line. They went in for us. There were so many threes available, and it was good to see the ball go in the basket." The win served as Florida's 31st straight overall and 21st straight at home. It was the 27th win of the season, the most for any Florida team during the regular...

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