Gator News And World Report (08/05/04)

The Gator News and World Report for Thursday, August 5, 2004. NCAA wants schools to be more accountable in their recruiting policies; Proposed NCAA Reform Worries Some Universities; Coaches reflect on magical season of 1996; Going Greek; Little details could prove vital to success for UF and more...

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NCAA wants schools to be more accountable in their recruiting policies
Colleges will have to file recruiting policies with their conferences, and could be sanctioned for violating them if the NCAA's Executive Committee approves an emergency proposal Thursday.

Proposed NCAA Reform Worries Some Universities
Sylvester Croom has his own Atlanta airport horror story, and that's why the Mississippi State football coach supports all but one of the NCAA's proposed recruiting changes.

Coaches reflect on magical season of 1996
It seems like light years ago, but in reality it has been less than eight years since Florida won college football's national title.

Little details could prove vital to success for UF
A NEW SEASON BEGINS AT UF PRACTICE ON MONDAY.

Want justice? Spin the wheel
Here it is, Ron Zook: the answer to all your nasty punishment problems:

Florida Gators & The Olympics

Going Greek
A former Gator uses his heritage and a lot of foot work to join a fraternity of fellow ball players with a gold medal in mind

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Rivers' kids stick around at Winter Park
Doc Rivers might have left town, but the former Orlando Magic coach leaves behind two of Winter Park High School's most talented and popular athletes.

Florida Gator Rex Grossman

Grossman comfortable with new offense
Bears QB asked to take charge this season

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