Gator News And World Report (3/2/2005)

The Gator News and World Report for Wednesday, March 2, 2005. Davis paces attack; Struggling Georgia could use large turnout; Raines' Kitchen too hot for Cocoa; Felton: Setbacks no shock; UF Hopes Fans Stay In Stands and more...

Florida Gator Baseball

Davis paces attack
Adam Davis finally exploded.After arriving at McKethan Stadium at 10 a.m. Tuesday for extra batting practice, the Gators second baseman and lead-off hitter put an end to his hitting slump Tuesday night by homering from both sides of the plate in Florida's 13-1 win over Mercer.

Florida 13, Mercer 1
Adam Davis hit a leadoff homer and followed an inning later with a grand slam to lead Florida to a 13-1 win over Mercer on Tuesday night.

Florida Gator Basketball

Struggling Georgia could use large turnout
Matt Walsh insists he won't be looking over his shoulder or thinking about anything that happened at Stegeman Coliseum a season ago.

Felton: Setbacks no shock
As miserable season nears close, Georgia coach focuses on future, not losses.

UF Hopes Fans Stay In Stands
The memory hadn't registered with Matt Walsh until Monday morning.

Florida Gator Derwin Kitchen

Raines' Kitchen too hot for Cocoa
The plan for Cocoa High's boys basketball team Tuesday -- facing two-time defending state champion Raines -- was to collapse its defense into the paint and prevent the Vikings' inside scoring.

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