Gator News And World Report (07/19/04)

The Gator News and World Report for Monday, July 19, 2004. College Football Very Much A Digital Passion, Too; Voting early and often for college top 25; Gator helps U.S. set one of three world marks; SEC still a leader for QBs; Football guides face weighty decisions; Gator fans already have eyes locked on prey: Zook; Comeback kid and more...

Florida Gator Football

College Football Very Much A Digital Passion, Too
Andre Caldwell will learn this week if a grave injustice has been corrected.

Voting early and often for college top 25
Last football season, it was my pleasure to be one of the voters on The Associated Press writers' poll. If nothing else, it gave me an excuse to watch every game I could get my eyes on.

SEC still a leader for QBs
Eli Manning, Casey Clausen and Matt Mauck are gone, but the SEC still has its share of quality quarterbacks heading into the 2004 season.

Football guides face weighty decisions
If a top college football recruit misses a weightlifting session these days, he can make up for it pretty easily.

Gator fans already have eyes locked on prey: Zook
Embattled coach still hearing negative comments after going 8-5 past two years

Florida Gator Track & Field

Gator helps U.S. set one of three world marks
The United States set world junior records in the men's 400-meter relay and the men's and women's 1,600-meter relays Sunday at the World junior Athletics Championships.

Florida Gator Baseball

Comeback kid
Since recovering from a near-fatal head injury, Brandon McArthur says baseball has taken on a new meaning in the life of the 19-year-old former Twins draft pick.

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