Gators' practice impresses Zook
Zook says recent weather disruptions didn't negatively affect players.
Crowder, Herring might play Saturday
Gators defenders would serve suspensions during Middle Tennessee game.
Zook Expects To Postpone Crowder, Herring Suspensions
Florida coach Ron Zook expects to postpone the one-game suspensions of LB Channing Crowder and S Jarvis Herring until Oct. 16, the makeup date for the postponed season opener against Middle Tennessee State.
Frances forces football team to practice indoors
Some Gators helped family caught in the weekend's deluge. Also, Channing Crowder and Jarvis Herring may play Saturday.
Players' suspensions remain unresolved
Coach Ron Zook said he expects LB Channing Crowder and S Jarvis Herring to play Saturday against Eastern Michigan despite not having served previously levied suspensions. Both players were scheduled to serve their suspensions during the Gators' home opener against Middle Tennessee, which was postponed to Oct. 16 because of Hurricane Frances.
Zook lobbies to have Crowder on the field
If Florida coach Ron Zook has his way, star linebacker Channing Crowder will have played a game before the Gators' conference opener on Sept. 18 at Tennessee.
Houston may practice next week for Florida
Running back Cedric Houston's ankle injury is not as serious as the Vols thought, and the senior might be able to play in the SEC opener against Florida on Sept. 18.
Fulmer plans to use both quarterbacks against Florida
As UT quarterbacks Brent Schaeffer and Erik Ainge walked off the field Sunday night, a fan in the front row yelled, ''Hey Ainge, hey Schaeffer!''
Cohen, Gators try to focus on football
The sound of sirens blared through downtown, as workers fought the pouring rain and hundreds of fallen trees to restore power around town. Branches and tree limbs lined the streets and traffic was slow and sparse. Meanwhile, the University of Florida football team tried to stay focused by holding practice on Monday night in the basketball arena.
No. 12 Gators chomp, Blue Devils 'choke'
Midfielder Casey McCluskey looked to the sky and buried her face in her hands. Florida goalkeeper Brittni Goodwin had just ranged out of position as the ball had squirted free, landing right at the feet of the Duke senior. With a great chance to knot the game at 2-2 five minutes into the second half, McCluskey shot the ball high over the crossbar. Duke never really threatened again, as No. 12 Florida scored three more goals to win 5-1.