Gator News And World Report (3/29/2005)

The Gator News and World Report for Tuesday, March 29, 2005. Softball putting on a show; Dickey dabbles with WR; Gators get word on NCAA draw; Backup QB Dickey sees time at wide receiver; Dickey adds receiving to repetioire; Speedy Gators excited about upcoming season; Florida to host gymnastics; Circle Of Life, The Pit Introduced To Toughen `Soft' Gators;

Florida Gator Football

Dickey dabbles with WR
It's impressive the way Gavin Dickey has been seamless bouncing back and forth between football and baseball. Now, the junior's versatility will be further stretched.

Backup QB Dickey sees time at wide receiver
As if Florida reserve quarterback Gavin Dickey isn't busy enough balancing football and baseball, he may have something else to add to his schedule.

Dickey adds receiving to repetioire
As if UF reserve quarterback Gavin Dickey isn't busy enough balancing football and baseball, he may be adding to his hectic schedule.

Speedy Gators excited about upcoming season
Florida receiver Chad Jackson set a school record by averaging 22.3 yards a reception last season for the Gators and ranked third nationally for players who caught more than 25 balls.

Circle Of Life, The Pit Introduced To Toughen `Soft' Gators
- Chad Jackson screamed Monday as he pierced the outer edge of the human ring.

Florida Gator Notebook

Softball putting on a show
If you're not following the Florida softball team, you're missing out on what is slowly becoming the best success story on Florida's campus this spring.

Florida Gator Gymnastics

Gators get word on NCAA draw
Florida may have had a disappointing trip to the SEC Gymnastics Championships Saturday. But the Gators still appear to have put themselves in good position to advance to the NCAA Championships.

Florida to host gymnastics
The NCAA Gymnastics Committee announced Monday the fields for each of the six 2004 NCAA Regional sites.

Florida Gator Softball

Softball looks to take two
After having its last game delayed due to thunderstorms, the No. 14 UF softball team (27-6, 6-0 Southeastern Conference) will have to worry about a Tide rolling into Gainesville.

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