Gator News And World Report (08/17/04)

The Gator News and World Report for Tuesday, August 17, 2004. Leak throws four TDs in workout; Catch phrase: Caldwell may be go-to guy; Debut big hit; Gators again picked to finish atop SEC; Health problems concern Gators; Gators' QB sharp in scrimmage and more...

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Leak throws four TDs in workout
It may have been the first scrimmage of the 2004 season, but Florida's offense looked pretty good Monday night.

Gators Practice Notebook
Florida's first full scrimmage Monday clarified the obvious and added a couple of surprises.

Catch phrase: Caldwell may be go-to guy
He was tired. His legs were gone. He chased after the deep pass late in the scrimmage, but couldn't get there.

Debut big hit
The offense, especially, shows signs of improvement.

Health problems concern Gators
Florida coach Ron Zook unloaded a bit of stunning news after Monday morning's practice, saying that team physician Dr. Pete Indelicato had either had a heart attack or underwent emergency heart bypass surgery Sunday night.

Gators' QB sharp in scrimmage
How smooth is Chris Leak? In the Florida Gator scrimmage, Leak was given the ball four times in the red zone, and it never took him more than four plays to reach the end zone.

Leak looks sharp in 2-minute drill
Fulfilling his reputation of being cool under pressure, QB Chris Leak looked impressive in two-minute situations during Florida's first scrimmage Monday. The sophomore highlighted the workout by orchestrating a touchdown drive from the offense's own 38-yard line with 1:43.

Leak stars in first scrimmage
April, August or October, it doesn't seem to matter what month it is for Florida Gators quarterback Chris Leak.

Here are top 10 games for this year
If there is one benefit to the embattled, inequity-filled Bowl Championship Series, it is that it places huge importance on college football's regular season.

NCAA Football Preview - Florida Gators
2003 SEASON IN REVIEW: Steve Spurrier was a God to the fans of the Gators, and to put it mildly, Ron Zook has not yet achieved that level of adoration. Zook has posted back-to-back 8-5 seasons since taking over the program, and both of his bowl appearances have resulted in defeat.

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Gators again picked to finish atop SEC
The University of Florida volleyball team was tabbed as the favorite to win the 2004 Southeastern Conference title in a vote by the league's 11 head coaches as announced on Monday.

Florida Gator Softball

Auburn Softball Adds Byerley As Top Assistant
Jack Byerley has been named the top assistant coach for the Auburn softball team, head coach Tina Deese announced on Monday.

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