Gator News And World Report (08/19/04)

The Gator News and World Report for Thursday, August 19, 2004. Crowder pleads, apologizes; Ex-First Coast star Lewis hospitalized; Former UF Star Schintzius Arrested On DUI Charge; Mangold cleared to practice, but doesn't arrive; Gators aren't questioning Zook; MCC's Morgan hopes to catch on with UF and more...

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Crowder pleads, apologizes
UF linebacker pays fine after pleading no contest to disorderly conduct.

Ex-First Coast star Lewis hospitalized
Florida wide receiver Reggie Lewis, a former First Coast High School standout, spent the night in a Gainesville hospital after suffering from an illness that was aggravated by exertion.

Receiver Hospitalized As A Precaution
Florida sophomore WR Reggie Lewis spent Wednesday night in the hospital after being taken off the practice field by ambulance Wednesday morning.

Gators' Crowder Pleads Out Legal Case
University of Florida linebacker Channing Crowder offered an apology and received a scolding Wednesday as he cleared the final legal hurdle following his May 16 arrest.

Crowder apologizes in court
University of Florida football player Channing Crowder apologized in court and entered a no-contest plea Wednesday to disorderly conduct for his involvement in a shouting match outside a local nightclub earlier this year.

Mangold cleared to practice, but doesn't arrive
It didn't take long for freshman defensive end Michael Mangold to get into Florida coach Ron Zook's doghouse.

Gators' Crowder fined
Channing Crowder left Wednesday morning's practice full of uncertainty. By Wednesday night, he was back on the field, free to move on with his life after paying a $373 fine.

Ailing Lewis OK after hospital visit
WR Reggie Lewis was transported to an area hospital immediately following Wednesday morning's workout for initial fears of heat exhaustion. However, a later diagnosis concluded the sophomore had what Coach Ron Zook called, "an illness aggravated by excursion."

Crowder pleads no contest
Avoiding any potential extended interference with the season, Florida linebacker Channing Crowder withdrew his not-guilty plea to charges of disorderly conduct Wednesday, instead pleading no contest and allowing him to end the legal process from his May 16 arrest.

Gators aren't questioning Zook
During the off-season Florida coach Ron Zook crossed paths with his former boss, Pittsburgh Steelers coach Bill Cowher.

MCC's Morgan hopes to catch on with UF
True to the nature of a walk-on, Kyle Morgan has been trying to catch the eyes of Florida football coaches for two long years.

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Former UF Star Schintzius Arrested On DUI Charge
Dwayne Schintzius, a former center with Brandon High, the Florida Gators and six NBA teams, was arrested Wednesday and charged with driving under the influence.

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