NASHVILLE – For the third time this season the challenge of No. 1 Kentucky (32-0, 18-0) proved to be too much for Florida (16-17, 8-10).
Not unlike the rest of the country that's squared off against the undefeated Cats.
This time the Gators, seeded eighth in the conference, fell 64-49 in the quarterfinals of the 2015 SEC Tournament, held in Bridgestone Arena.
Following the game sophomore point guard Kasey Hill and freshman forward Devin Robinson spoke about the difficulties of playing Kentucky, if they can be beaten, if Florida deserves to keep playing in the NIT and what's on tap next season for a young Gator core.
Postgame Video: Florida bows out of SECs
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