Gator News And World Report (11/3/2004)

The Gator News and World Report for Wednesday, November 3, 2004. This freshman has numbers to win trophy; 4-4 Gators now striving for bowl berth; Gators get out to vote; Siler gets opportunity to shine as UF starter; Predicting Winner A Sticky Situation and more...

Florida Gator Football

This freshman has numbers to win trophy
never fails. A football season seems like it will never arrive, then goes whooshing past so quickly it's difficult to get a handle on it. never fails. A football season seems like it will never arrive, then goes whooshing past so quickly it's difficult to get a handle on it.

4-4 Gators now striving for bowl berth
This season on the brink has evolved into the surreal world for the Florida Gators.

Gators get out to vote
Junior defensive back Vernell Brown strode into Tuesday morning's interview session proudly wearing an "I Voted for Kerry-Edwards" sticker on his chest.

Siler gets opportunity to shine as UF starter
With Crowder probably out, freshman gets his second start of season against Vanderbilt.

Predicting Winner A Sticky Situation
Florida CB Vernell Brown made only one prediction Tuesday, and it had nothing to do with Saturday's game at Vanderbilt.

Wynn's injury gives Thornton a chance
Anonymity is almost guaranteed when you're Skyler Thornton.

Vanderbilt often provides challenge
Forget the perception. Ignore the stereotypes. Instead, before you count Vanderbilt out of Saturday's game against Florida, simply consider the past.

New coach will sway Fason's decision to stay
His sights are set on a 1,000-yard season, but Florida running back Ciatrick Fason also is keeping as close an eye as anyone on the coaching search.

Utah's Meyer a hot commodity
When Urban Meyer left Bowling Green to take over the Utah football program a couple of winters ago, a Big Ten athletic director told me Meyer was making a big mistake. Meyer, coming off a nine-win 2002 season at Bowling Green, was thought to be among the leading candidates to succeed Nick Saban at Michigan State, but he jumped when the Utes called.

Florida Gator Basketball

UF's Green is golden in Gators' win
Freshman Taurean Green admitted he was "a little nervous" going into Florida's exhibition opener Tuesday night.

UF Men's Basketball Romps In Exhibition Opener
Matt Walsh dove into the dance team to save a loose ball. Al Horford flew over a table to do the same.

Guard Green sharp for Gators
Freshman, seen as backup to Roberson, scores 13 in UF's exhibition rout.

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