Florida Coach Mulls Move To Kentucky
After Gainsville triumph, does he still want dream job?
By Jesse Andrews,  Newser User
Posted Apr 3, 2007 10:16 PM CDT
Florida basketball coach Billy Donovan holds the Siemens Trophy in Atlanta, Ga., Tuesday, April 3, 2007. Florida defeated Ohio State 84-75 to win their second consecutive men   (Associated Press)

(Newser) – In the wake of his second straight championship, Gators coach Billy Donovan has a difficult, if enviable, decision.  The 41-year-old workaholic can continue stewarding the historic program he has built in Gainesville, or he can fill the vacancy at basketball powerhouse Kentucky, where he was assistant coach for five years.

Dan Wetzel goes to great pains to emphasize Donovan's workaholism, emphasizing that before Donovan, Gainesville did not loom large on the college basketball map.  It seems to have been a stressful nightmare.  "I definitely think it took years off my life," said Donovan.  " Can he walk from that? Can he walk from his own kingdom?" Wetzel demands, somewhat melodramatically.