Gator News And World Report (07/16/04)

The Gator News and World Report for Friday, July 16, 2004. BCS: True Champion; BCS Formula Returns Power To Polls; It's time again to dole out the annual Dooleys; Gym dandy; Haslem ready for new role; McMahon hires assistant coach; Remote patrol; Capel's Second Chance; Zook off to nice start in recruiting and more...

Florida Gator Football

BCS: True Champion
There will be fewer numbers to crunch in the revamped version of the Bowl Championship Series formula.

BCS Formula Returns Power To Polls
College football is taking a complicated method for choosing a champion and going back to basics.

Zook off to nice start in recruiting
Florida's football recruiting took a giant leap this week with four oral commitments.

Florida Gator Sports

It's time again to dole out the annual Dooleys
As we settle into the last half of summer with the sun still beating on us like a million laser beams and the grass needing a good mow every five days, all eyes are looking ahead to another football season.

Florida Gator Basketball

Gym dandy
The biceps were noticeably bigger. The curly hair, a bit more sun-bleached, remained.

Florida Gators In The Olympics

Lochte locks in Olympics
Florida swimmer Ryan Lochte says he's "still in shock" after qualifying for his first Olympics.

Capel's Second Chance
After a disappointing performance in the U.S. Olympic trials' 100- meter dash finals, Brooksville's John Capel says his hopes of reaching the Athens Games rest with ``his baby.''

Florida Gator Udonis Haslem

Haslem ready for new role
The Big Daddy is heading to Miami. With him, comes opportunity for former Florida forward Udonis Haslem.

Florida Gator Baseball

McMahon hires assistant coach
lorida baseball coach Pat McMahon is bringing back an old friend to his side.

Florida Gators & The Sunshine Network

Remote patrol
Everyone loves a good sports debate, but viewers are being inundated with shows trying to force those debates.

Florida Gator Tennis

W&M Names Marcos Asse Assistant Men's Tennis Coach
WILLIAMSBURG, VA - William and Mary men's tennis head coach Peter Daub announced today that Marcos Asse has been hired as an assistant coach for the team, pending final approval from the College's Board of Visitors.

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