Gator News And World Report (06/10/04)

The Gator News and World Report for Thursday, June 10, 2004. BCS proposal ends Gator Bowl plans; ACC vs. SEC; Shrugging off the pain; Baseball's hopes lie in role players; Rivalry stoked for third go-around and more...

Florida Gator Football

BCS proposal ends Gator plans
Commissioners of the Bowl Championship Series conferences will likely announce today a new BCS format that calls for five games to be played at the sites of the current four BCS bowls.

For years, fans of Southeastern Conference schools have paid little, if any, attention to the Atlantic Coast Conference during football and baseball season. And for good reason.

Let the sun shine on great football
This is so cool -- and cool is what we need at this hot, humid time of the year. The other thing we need now, of course, is football.

Florida Gator Baseball

So, who needs a bullpen?
Florida starting pitchers are on a roll heading into NCAA Super Regional.

Shrugging off the pain
Florida's baseball team couldn't imagine how it could survive without a healthy Jeff Corsaletti. Then he got better

UM pitcher bears heavy influence
Here's the skinny on UM pitcher Cesar Carrillo: He has a potent fastball, he doesn't get rattled and the Canes are 14-0 when he starts.

Baseball's hopes lie in role players
Haven't we been through this before? UF and Miami. Baseball rivals to the end.

Rivalry stoked for third go-around
When assessing the state of the UF-Miami baseball rivalry, a thin line exists between respect and hatred. UF senior outfielder Ben Harrison knows that line very well.

Florida Gator Track & Field

Weather disrupts opener
Rain and lightning wiped out nearly all of the opening day of competition at the NCAA track and field championships on Wednesday.

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