Tim Tebow has his next football job — talking about the sport on TV.
Florida’s little man Erving Walker came up big again, scoring 21 points and hitting several clutch shots down the stretch as the Gators beat UCLA 73-65 in the NCAA tournament Saturday.
“Big Josh” could pose big problems for Florida.UCLA’s 6-foot-10, 325-pound freshman is the center of attention — in the Bruins’ locker room, in two news conferences and especially in Florida’s team meeting room.
Tyler Honeycutt and Malcolm Lee scored 16 points apiece and seventh-seeded UCLA held off a late comeback by No. 10 seed Michigan State to win 78-76 victory in the second round of the NCAA tournament on Thursday night.
Erving Walker scored 18 points, Chandler Parsons flirted with his first triple-double and Florida coasted to a 79-51 victory over 15th-seeded UC Santa Barbara in the Southeast region Thursday night.