Gator News And World Report (2/14/2005)

The Gator News and World Report for Monday, February 14, 2005. UF student spins toward Olympics; Gators protect big start; SEC eyes instant replay; After opener upset, Gators finish big; Bats come alive in Gators' rout and more...

Florida Gator Roundup

Baseball team rolls over CSU
The softball team loses its first game of the season in the GRU Classic final.

SEC eyes instant replay
The Southeastern Conference hopes to begin using instant replay to avoid game-turning officiating blunders for the 2005 football season, but the system wouldn't necessarily have made a difference in the two most controversial miscalls last season.

Florida Lady Gator Basketball

Gators protect big start
Tashia Morehead saved Florida from its most embarrassing loss of the season. She also kept the Gators' NCAA Tournament hopes very much alive.

Florida 67, Mississippi State 56
Tashia Morehead had 19 points and Florida scored the first 11 points in a 67-56 victory over slumping Mississippi State on Sunday

Florida Gator Cycling

UF student spins toward Olympics
Professional cyclist Rebecca Larson juggles school with her drive to reach to world's biggest stage - the Olympics

Florida Gator Baseball

After opener upset, Gators finish big
The mood in the UF dugout covered the emotional spectrum this weekend. It went from optimistic to sullen, frustrated to anguished, anxious to relieved and eager to satisfied.

Bats come alive in Gators' rout
Jeff Corsaletti homered and drove in six runs and Matt LaPorta's three-run homer keyed a seven-run seventh inning as Florida routed Charleston Southern 15-6 on Sunday.

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