Gator News And World Report (08/23/04)

The Gator News and World Report for Monday, August 23, 2004. Doctors still testing Gators receiver; Gators begin work for Bahamas trip; UF secondary primary concern; Fedora takes offensive helm, accepts pressure; European tour prepares UF and more...

Florida Gator Football

Doctors still testing Gators receiver
Ex-First Coast wideout faces more tests today on an out-patient basis.

UF secondary primary concern
The transition should be simple. Under normal circumstances, Dan Disch's jump from high school head coach to college assistant would be smooth. Fewer responsibilities. More time to focus.

Fedora takes offensive helm, accepts pressure

Gator quarterback living up to legend
If you're a college football fan in the Sunshine State, you've heard plenty about Chris Leak. You've read about how smart Florida's sophomore quarterback is, about how he's such a student of the game that he drove from his Charlotte, N.C., home to Gainesville during his senior year of high school just to watch Gator scrimmages in the spring.

Florida Gators In The Olympics

Lochte savoring Olympic moment
That first night, when he had both medals, Ryan Lochte couldn't take his eyes off them. The University of Florida junior sat in his dorm room at the Olympic Village on Thursday night and just stared at them.

Florida Gator Basketball

Gators begin work for Bahamas trip
Ten days of practices will precede the exhibition tour in early September.

Florida Gator Volleyball

European tour prepares UF
The UF volleyball team may start its season next week, but it could be said that their 2004 season began in May.

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