Gator News And World Report (1/14/2005)

The Gator News and World Report for Friday, January 14, 2005. Since losing in the 2000 NCAA title game, Florida's basketball program has been nothing but; Heater to direct UF recruiting; Big Ten shows value of replay to officiating; New coaches ready to start; Gator bracing for a hostile homecoming; Women: UF can't keep pace with LSU and more...

Florida Gator Football

Heater to direct UF recruiting
Coach to take over as recruiting coordinator for departed Locksley.

Big Ten shows value of replay to officiating
After reviewing the review process, it appears the SEC could be headed toward using instant replay for its football games.

New coaches ready to start
The days of yearning for former coach Ron Zook might officially be over for several UF receivers.

Florida Gator Basketball

The best thing for the Florida basketball program isn't what you would think.

Gator bracing for a hostile homecoming
Corey Brewer isn't positive, but he's pretty sure the Vanderbilt fans are going to boo him this weekend.

Florida Lady Gator Basketball

No. 3 LSU 64, Florida 47
LSU center Sylvia Fowles spent most of the first half against Florida on the bench in foul trouble.

Women: UF can't keep pace with LSU
For nearly three quarters, the Florida women's basketball team was right where it wanted to be Thursday night: competing hard with No. 3 LSU with a chance to earn its biggest upset ever.

Florida Gator Track & Field

he No. 2 ranked University of Florida men's track and field team and the No. 3 women's squad will host their first meet of the season when the Gators host a competitive field in the Florida Intercollegiate beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Stephen C. O'Connell Center.

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