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Gators Looking for Complete Effort in "Neutral Site" Game vs. Kansas State

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Florida Gators were working Thursday on late-game situations -- a phase that's been some of a topic of conversation lately  -- when forward Casey Prather, playing with the blue team, drove baseline with the 35-second shot clock set to expire and the game clock ticking down to 10 seconds.

Though open, Prather was probably a hair too far from the basket when he launched for the rim.

He missed the dunk.

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