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Sport No. 5 Florida goes cold in home loss to Loyola-Chicago

06:25  07 december  2017
06:25  07 december  2017 Source:   sportingnews.com

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The No . 5 Gators were looking to bounce back from an 83-66 rout at the hands of rival Florida State on Monday, but managed to have an even worse offensive night against Loyola - Chicago (9-1) in a 65-59 loss . Florida entered scoring 95 points per game and shooting 43 percent from beyond the arc, but

The No . 5 Gators were looking to bounce back from an 83-66 rout at the hands of rival Florida State on Monday, but managed to have an even worse offensive night against Loyola - Chicago (9-1) in a 65-59 loss . Florida entered scoring 95 points per game and shooting 43 percent from beyond the arc, but

a man wearing a suit and tie: Gators coach Mike White© (Getty Images) Gators coach Mike White The Florida Gators were playing with fire early in the season and have now been burned by cold 3-point shooting for a second straight home loss. The latest loss came Wednesday against mid-major Loyola-Chicago.

BOX SCORE: LOYOLA CHICAGO 65, FLORIDA 59

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The No. 5 Gators were looking to bounce back from an 83-66 rout at the hands of rival Florida State on Monday, but managed to have an even worse offensive night against Loyola-Chicago (9-1) in a 65-59 loss.

Florida entered scoring 95 points per game and shooting 43 percent from beyond the arc, but made just two 3-pointers Wednesday in its third straight loss that may drop the Gators out of the top-25 poll. It's also surprising a team that was on its way to beating No. 1 Duke last week before faltering late, has managed just eight 3-pointers in back-to-back games and had zero players in double figures Wednesday.

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No . 5 Florida is not going to be No . 5 Florida for much longer. On Wednesday night, the Gators lost their third-straight game and, for the second time this week, took a loss in the O-Dome. Loyola - Chicago – a good Missouri Valley team but a Missouri Valley team nonetheless – jumped on

Loyola - Chicago shocks Florida . 1:15. Hayes puts Florida ahead with thunderous dunk. 0:21. No . 5 Florida suffers 65-59 loss vs. Loyola - Chicago .

The Ramblers' Aundre Jackson was the star of the game, knocking down 10 of 12 shots for for 23 points. Jackson's three 3-pointers were more than the Gators had as a team all night.

Florida (5-3) has little time to regroup as it squares off against No. 17 Cincinnati Saturday in New Jersey.

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