Gator News And World Report (3/22/2005)

The Gator News and World Report for Tuesday, March 22, 2005. All arms on deck; Dickey balancing football and baseball; Gators continue climbing ladder; Track Coach Gets Winning Call: Cancer In Remission and more..

Florida Gator Football

All arms on deck
Offensive coordinator and quarterback coach Dan Mullen's comfort level went up considerably Tuesday when the depth at his position doubled with the first spring appearances of Gavin Dickey and Cornelius Ingram.

Dickey balancing football and baseball
For the first time all spring, Florida had a full quarterback corps at practice. Gavin Dickey and Cornelius Ingram had been playing other sports. Ingram's basketball season ended on Sunday and Dickey had a day off from baseball practice.

UF's Dickey balances learning new offense, playing baseball
Though Monday was the fourth practice of Florida's spring season, it was the first for backup quarterback Gavin Dickey.

Quarterbacks jiggle playing two sports
For the first time all spring, UF had a full quarterback corps at practice.

Florida Gator Swimming & Diving

UF coach and swimmer receive SEC honors
Florida's Gregg Troyand was named swimming coach of the year and Gators junior Ryan Lochte was named swimmer of the year in the Southeastern Conference. Leading the Gators to a 12-1 record, Troy earned his third career SEC men's coach of the year honor and led the Gators to their highest win total since 1962.

Florida Gator basketball

Gators continue climbing ladder
One stellar scoring season and a post-season scoring drought removed from his decision to forgo a professional career in May, junior guard Anthony Roberson refused to speculate whether he will enter the NBA Draft this summer.

Florida Gator Track & Field

Track Coach Gets Winning Call: Cancer In Remission
The news last week arrived in the same fashion as the news last year.

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