2004–05 Florida Gators men's basketball team

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2004–05 Florida Gators men's basketball
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SEC Tournament champions
NCAA Tournament, Round of 32
Conference Southeastern Conference
DivisionEast
Ranking
CoachesNo. 24
APNo. 16
2004–05 record248 (124 SEC)
Head coach Billy Donovan
Assistant coach Anthony Grant
Donnie Jones
Larry Shyatt
Home arena O'Connell Center
Seasons
  2003–04
2005–06  
2004–05 Southeastern Conference men's basketball standings
Conf  Overall
TeamW L PCT  W L PCT
East
#7 Kentucky 142 .875  286 .824
#16 Florida124 .750  248 .750
Vanderbilt 88 .500  2014 .588
South Carolina 79 .438  2013 .606
Tennessee 610 .375  1417 .452
Georgia 214 .125  820 .286
West
#21 Alabama 124 .750  248 .750
LSU 124 .750  2010 .667
Mississippi State 97 .563  2311 .676
Arkansas 610 .375  1812 .600
Ole Miss 412 .250  1417 .452
Auburn 412 .250  1417 .452
2005 SEC Tournament winner
Rankings from AP Poll [1]

The 200405 Florida Gators men's basketball team represented the University of Florida in the sport of basketball during the 200405 college basketball season. The Gators competed in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Eastern Division of the Southeastern Conference (SEC). They were led by head coach Billy Donovan, and played their home games in the O'Connell Center on the university's Gainesville, Florida campus.

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The Gators finished the regular season with a 207 record and entered the SEC Tournament. They swept through the SEC Tournament, beating Kentucky in the final. They then entered NCAA Tournament. They beat Ohio University in the first round 6762. The Gators then played Villanova University in the second round and lost 6576.

Roster

NameNumberPositionHeightWeightClassHometown
Jack Berry22G6-6215Freshman Windermere, Florida
Corey Brewer 2G/F6-8185Freshman Portland, Tennessee
Taurean Green 11G6-0177Freshman Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Al Horford 42F/C6-8235Freshman Grand Ledge, Michigan
Lee Humphrey 12G6-2192Sophomore Maryville, Tennessee
Cornelius Ingram 10G6-4206Freshman Hawthorne, Florida
David Lee 24F6-9240Senior St. Louis, Missouri
Adrian Moss 4F6-9247Junior Houston, Texas
Joakim Noah 13F/C6-11227FreshmanNew York City
Chris Richard 32F6-8255Sophomore Lakeland, Florida
Anthony Roberson 1G6-1180Junior Saginaw, Michigan
John Hamilton23G/F6-9228Freshman Orlando, Florida
Matt Walsh 44F6-6205Junior Holland, Pennsylvania

Coaches

NameTypeCollegeGraduating year
Billy Donovan Head Coach Providence 1987
Anthony Grant Associate Head Coach Dayton 1987
Donnie Jones Assistant Coach Pikeville College 1988
Larry Shyatt Assistant Coach College of Wooster 1973
Nate DixonAssistant to the Head Coach UNC-Wilmington 1994
Darren HertzVideo Coordinator Florida 1997
Adam BeaupreVideo Coordinator Florida 1999
Matt HerringStrength and Conditioning Coordinator University of Texas Southwestern 1994
Dave WernerAthletic Trainer Eastern Kentucky University 1991
Tom WilliamsAcademic Counselor

Schedule and results

Date
time, TV
Rank#Opponent#ResultRecordSite
city, state
November 19, 2004*
4:00 PM,  FSN
at  Jacksonville W 8159 10
Veterans Memorial Arena  
Jacksonville, Florida
November 23, 2004*
7:00 PM, FSN
Florida Atlantic W 9045 20
O'Connell Center  
Gainesville, Florida
November 27, 2004*
7:00 PM, FSN
Providence W 8466 30
O'Connell Center 
Gainesville, Florida
November 30, 2004*
7:00 PM, FSN
Florida A&M W 8851 40
O'Connell Center 
Gainesville, Florida
December 4, 2004*
8:00 PM
Miami (FL) L 6572 41
O'Connell Center 
Gainesville, Florida
December 8, 2004*
8:00 PM, FSN
Stetson W 9354 51
O'Connell Center 
Gainesville, Florida
December 11, 2004*
7:00 PM,  ESPN2
Louisville L 7074 52
O'Connell Center 
Gainesville, Florida
December 19, 2004*
7:00 PM, FSN
Georgia Southern W 10068 62
O'Connell Center 
Gainesville, Florida
December 22, 2004*
9:00 PM, Sun
Eastern Kentucky W 9849 72
O'Connell Center 
Gainesville, Florida
December 29, 2004*
6:30 PM, Sun
Sam Houston State W 8352 82
O'Connell Center 
Gainesville, Florida
January 2, 2005*
7:00 PM, ESPN2
at  Florida State L 6982 83
Donald L. Tucker Center  
Tallahassee, Florida
January 8, 2005
7:00 PM, FSN
Arkansas W 8274 93 (10)
O'Connell Center 
Gainesville, Florida
January 12, 2005*
7:00 PM,  CBS
at  Auburn W 8478 103 (20)
Beard–Eaves–Memorial Coliseum  
Auburn, AL
January 15, 2005*
3:00 PM, FSN
at  Vanderbilt W 8265 113 (30)
Memorial Gymnasium  
Nashville, Tennessee
January 9, 2010
12:00 PM,  ESPN
Tennessee L 7683 114 (31)
O'Connell Center 
Gainesville, Florida
January 25, 2005
9:00 PM, FSN
Georgia W 7047 124 (41)
O'Connell Center 
Gainesville, Florida
January 29, 2005
8:00 PM, FSN
South Carolina W 8072 134 (51)
O'Connell Center 
Gainesville, Florida
February 1, 2005
9:00 PM, ESPN
at  Mississippi State L 57–71 13–5 (5–2)
Bud Walton Arena  
Fayetteville, Arkansas
February 5, 2005
6:00 PM, Sun
Alabama W 85–54 14–5 (6–2)
O'Connell Center 
Gainesville, Florida
February 8, 2005
7:00 PM, ESPN
at No. 7  Kentucky L 66–69 14–6 (6–3)
Rupp Arena  
Lexington, Kentucky
February 12, 2005
1:00 PM,  CBS
at  Tennessee W 84–73 15–6 (7–3)
Thompson–Boling Arena  
Knoxville, Tennessee
February 16, 2005
7:00 PM, FSN
Ole Miss W 90–53 16–6 (8–3)
O'Connell Center 
Gainesville, Florida
February 19, 2005
1:30 PM,  SECN
at  LSU L 73–77 16–7 (8–4)
Maravich Assembly Center  
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
February 23, 2005
8:00 PM, SECN
at  Vanderbilt W 69–61 17–7 (9–4)
O'Connell Center 
Gainesville, Florida
February 27, 2005*
6:00 PM, CBS
at  South Carolina W 66–65 18–7 (10-4)
Colonial Life Arena  
Columbia, South Carolina
March 2, 2005
7:00 PM, SECN
at  Georgia W 50–38 19–7 (11–4)
Stegeman Coliseum  
Athens, Georgia
March 6, 2005
12:00 PM, CBS
No. 5  Kentucky W 53–52 20–7 (12–4)
O'Connell Center 
Gainesville, Florida
SEC Tournament
March 11, 2005
7:30 PM, SECN
No. (E2) vs. No. (W3)  Mississippi State
Quarterfinals
W 80–64 21–7
Georgia Dome  
Atlanta
March 12, 2005
7:30 PM, ESPN
No. (E2) vs. No. (W1)  Alabama
Semifinals
W 68–62 22–7
Georgia Dome 
Atlanta
March 12, 2005
7:30 PM, ESPN
No. (E2) vs. No. 5 (E1)  Kentucky
SEC Championship Game
W 70–53 23–7
Georgia Dome 
Atlanta
NCAA Tournament
March 18, 2005
12:20 PM,  CBS
No. (4) vs. No. (13)  Ohio
First Round
W 67–62 24–7
Bridgestone Arena  
Nashville, Tennessee
March 20, 2005
4:30 PM, CBS
No. (4) vs. No. (5)  Villanova
Second Round
L 65–76 24–8
Bridgestone Arena 
Nashville, Tennessee
Tournament seedings in parentheses.
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.
All times are in Eastern Time.

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