Gator News And World Report (07/13/04)

The Gator News and World Report for Tuesday, July 13, 2004. Phelps suffers his first loss of Olympic trials; Devendorf chooses Orange over Gators; College football's awful offseason and more...

Florida Gator Football

Arkansas schedule features championship contenders
There is a good chance that University of Arkansas football fans will see at least one of the teams in the national championship game during the 2004 season.

College football's awful offseason
The bad news is that the 19-year-old has been arrested 12 times. Not even the Florida State Seminoles or the Florida Gators would touch him, especially after he was arrested during a recruiting trip to the University of Florida, during which he set off fire extinguishers in a Gainesville hotel and gave a woman an unwelcome hug.

Florida Gators In The Olympic Trials

Phelps suffers his first loss of Olympic trials
But he rebounds to top UF's Ryan Lochte in the 200 IM. Lochte grabs the second spot and qualifies for Athens in the event.

Florida Gator Basketball

Kitchen picks Gators
Florida received commitments from two top-100 players in the past week, and both are wing guards from Jacksonville, Fla.

Devendorf chooses Orange over Gators
Class 2005 guard Eric Devendorf, a Top 100 prospect from Bay City, Mich., is headed to Syracuse over Florida. Devendorf, who had decommitted from Michigan State, will attend Oak Hill Academy, Va., this upcoming season. He averaged 30.6 points as a junior.

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