Gator News And World Report (1/20/2005)

The Gator News and World Report for Thursday, January 20, 2005. Top Florida pass-catcher considering Gators; Eye on recruiting; UF at a loss, even with Walsh; Offense Fails Gators In Overtime Loss To Volunteers znd more...

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Top Florida pass-catcher considering Gators
A strong Gator wide receiving class could get much stronger with the addition of one of the top players in Florida.

Eye on recruiting
Among the prospects the Gators will entertain this weekend is Quinton Brown, an offensive tackle prospect from Orlando Edgewater. Brown already has visited FSU and N.C. State, and is also being recruited by South Carolina, with offers from all four.

Recruiting Watch
The college football coaching world was turned upside down this season with 22 coaching changes in Division I-A. From Gainesville, Fla., to Palo Alto, Calif., the reverberations were felt and all the changes will have a huge impact on recruiting as we move closer to National Signing Day in two weeks.

Florida Gator Basketball

Tennessee 83, Florida 76, OT
Scooter McFadgon showed plenty of senior leadership Wednesday night against Florida.

UF at a loss, even with Walsh
Florida guard Matt Walsh walked off the O'Connell Center floor Wednesday night without a noticeable limp. That was the good news.

Offense Fails Gators In Overtime Loss To Volunteers
- Billy Donovan leveled his gaze Wednesday night and unloaded.

Gators lose in OT to the Volunteers
Florida guard Anthony Roberson did it again. The recently brilliant junior added yet another accomplishment to his growing list of successes.

Roberson can't carry UF
Hot-shooting Anthony Roberson had to cool down eventually. But when Roberson went cold Thursday night, his Florida teammates seemed surprised — as if they thought his incredible shooting streak during the past couple of games never was going to end.

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