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Arizona Upsets Florida With Late Flurry

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In almost every way, the long-awaited Arizona-Florida Top 10 matchup lived up to expectations.

Except that the lower-ranked team won.

Eighth-ranked Arizona pulled off a stunning 65-64 victory over the fifth-ranked Gators with late flurries that finished off both halves. Two late Florida turnovers and a missed free throw by Florida’s Kenny Boynton led to the Wildcats’ game-winner, a driving layup from Mark Lyons with seven seconds left.

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