Gators Receive 4 More Football Commitments
Even before University of Florida football coach Ron Zook took off for a ride with the Blue Angels on Tuesday, his recruiting push for 2005 hit Mach 4.
Keeping an eye on state's Big 3's player dealings
So now everybody has one. All three of the state's football powers have a star player in trouble with the law, Antrel Rolle of Miami completing the trifecta that includes FSU's Bobby Meeks and Florida's Channing Crowder.
Zook gets workout from Blue Angels
The flight was part of a military recruiting effort
Leak on O'Brien QB watch list
Florida quarterback Chris Leak was named to the preseason watch list for the Davey O'Brien National Quarterback Award, given annually to the nation's top college quarterback as announced by the Davey O'Brien Foundation.
No surprises this time
While some fans may be anxiously anticipating the 2004 University of Florida media guide . . . no, it's not going to happen again.
Media guides carrying a load
If a top college football recruit misses a weightlifting session these days, he can make up for it pretty easily.
Blue Angels adventure fuels Zook's fearlessness
Off went University of Florida football coach Ron Zook on Tuesday morning, into the wild, orange and blue yonder.
Gators land four of nation's top defensive players
The Florida Gators have made a huge attack in the Class 2005 recruiting wars with four outstanding commitments, including Top 150 defensive back Avery Atkins of Daytona Beach-Mainland, Fla; Top 150 defensive back Demetrice Morley of Miami-Killian, Fla; Super Prospect defensive lineman Vladimir Richard of Sunrise-Piper, Fla; and Super Prospect linebacker/defensive lineman Gerald Williams of Lauderdale Lakes-Anderson, Fla.
Exercise, drink and be wary, not all sports beverages equal
Water used to be the beverage of choice for athletes. But ever since 1966, when scientists from the University of Florida tested a special formula on the school's football team, sports drinks have become increasingly popular.
Florida has fine showing
University of Florida's Ryan Lochte qualified for his second event in the Games. Five Gators still have the opportunity to add their names to the Olympic roster