The Gators are hanging on to the very edge of the field as a projected No. 11 seed. A 17-point win at Texas A&M won't change that state of affairs one way or the other, though two upcoming games against Kentucky and one meeting with LSU (in Gainesville) very likely will. In fact, one rough rule of thumb for Florida's tournament chances would be that, other things being equal, anything more than three subsequent losses could turn out to be bad news. In SEC play, Florida's offense has been very good (thanks to accurate shooting, particularly from beyond the arc) and its defense has been average.