Gator News And World Report (08/16/04)

The Gator News and World Report for Monday, August 16, 2004. Gator LBs bemoan loss of key component; Gators gear up for full-scale action in Swamp tonight; Freshmen Get Chance In Scrimmage and more....

Florida Gator Football

Freshmen Get Chance In Scrimmage
Florida coaches finally get to see this year's freshmen without training wheels tonight when the Gators hold their first organized scrimmage of the season at Florida Field.

Gators gear up for full-scale action in Swamp tonight
After seven days of drills and limited contact, the Florida Gators are ready for some football, which they will get tonight at Florida Field in the first full-scale scrimmage of the fall.

Gator LBs bemoan loss of key component
With several underclassmen returning after promising freshmen campaigns, the Florida linebacker corps could become one of the Southeastern Conference's best. But the unit will have to find a way to replace last season's most inspirational member.

Florida Gator Jeff Chandler

Jaguars' Del Rio left with more to kick about
It would have been a heartwarming story for a Mandarin native to go to the University of Florida and then come back home and kick for the Jaguars in Jacksonville.

Florida Gator Soccer

Women's Soccer Opens Preseason Camp In West Palm Beach
The University of Akron women's soccer team began the countdown to its 2004 season this weekend, opening the first week of preseason camp with a trip to West Palm Beach, Fla. The team will spend the next six days training, scrimmaging and bonding in the "Sunshine State". The team's workouts have not been affected by the aftermath of hurricane Charly, which passed through the state Friday.

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