Gator News And World Report (1/13/2005)

The Gator News and World Report for Thursday, January 13, 2005. Understanding latest reform not academic; Gators survive Tigers with 13-7 run in overtime; A positive attitude fuels Williams' rise; Sunshine State on display in Texas; Roberson's poise in OT saves UF; SEC, ACC conferences study use of replay and more...

Florida Gator Basketball

Gators survive Tigers with 13-7 run in overtime
After all the craziness, Florida's road opener in the Southeastern Conference came down to what coach Billy Donovan feared.

Tigers show off signs of success
Less than two weeks removed from its Sugar Bowl win, signs of Auburn's perfect season were apparent throughout town.

Florida 84, Auburn 78 OT
Anthony Roberson and Toney Douglas traded acrobatic shots, nifty moves and eye-catching 3-pointers.

Roberson Rescues Gators In OT Win
As the carbon dioxide sailed from David Lee's lungs late Wednesday night, only the wall behind him stopped him from melting into a puddle on the floor.

Roberson's poise in OT saves UF
Unfazed by a last-second shot, Anthony Roberson propelled Florida to an 84-78 overtime victory against Auburn on Wednesday night with his perimeter proficiency.

Florida Gator Football

Meyer deals with losing recruiter
rban Meyer's first attempt at recruiting football players to the University of Florida took a hit Tuesday night when recruiting coordinator Mike Locksley decided to become Illinois' offensive coordinator.

Sunshine State on display in Texas
If Bryan Evans knows what he's talking about, perceptions about Florida being home for the nation's finest high school football talent will only be solidified Saturday.

SEC, ACC conferences study use of replay
The Southeastern Conference and Atlantic Coast Conference are considering using instant replay for the 2005 season that would closely mirror the one used in the Big Ten last year.

Florida Lady Gator Basketball

A positive attitude fuels Williams' rise
Tamia Williams came to Florida as a wiry, 6-foot guard with a wicked jump shot. She figured if she put on some muscle and gained some experience, her time would come.

Florida Gator Athletics

Understanding latest reform not academic
hese are the adjectives attached by headline writers to the NCAA's new academic reform legislation that was passed Monday — landmark and sweeping.

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