WHAT HAPPENED: Forward Kyle Ahrens scored all seven of his points on three baskets over the final three minutes, each of them daggers that helped stave off a furious UF rally and allowed the 10th-ranked Spartans to escape Exactech Arena/O’Connell Center with a victory Saturday afternoon. The Gators trailed by 12 in the second half, but managed to make it a one-possession game on four different occasions in the final six-plus minutes. Each time, the Spartans had an answer, but the final three minutes were the most frustrating for the home team. After senior guard KeVaughn Allen (13 points, 3 rebounds) hit a 3-pointer to draw UF within three, Ahrens, scoreless at the time, hit one of his own. After freshman Andrew Nembhard (13 points, 6-of-12 from floor, 3 assists, 3 turnovers) drove the lane for a layup to make it a 4-point game, Ahrens drove for a layup to answer. And after Keith Stone (8 points, 6 rebounds) hit a jumper in the post and Nembhard drove for another bucket to make it a two-point game with 1:19 left, the two teams traded possessions. On MSU’s turn, Florida’s defense forced a loose ball that rolled out of scrum and right to

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