Gator News And World Report (4/29/2005)

The Gator News and World Report for Friday, April 29, 2005. Talking college football? BCS knows what it's doing; Gators seeking to pad East lead; Prep sophomore gives Gators nod; Gators' surprise: a staff of aces; Sophomore commits to UF; New Rule Changes Dynamics For UF-UM; Tennessee at Florida; Vols must be better swingers at Florida and more...

Florida Gator Football

Talking college football? BCS knows what it's doing
I think I have finally figured out these BCS bozos. It took awhile, but I'm onto them. They may have fooled some of the people all of the time, but not me this time.

New Rule Changes Dynamics For UF-UM
Florida and Miami will meet again in football, the schools' athletic directors said Thursday, but a new NCAA rule could force a change of date, venue or both.

Florida Gator Baseball

Gators seeking to pad East lead
It's been seven years since a Florida baseball team has won the Southeastern Conference, or even the Eastern Division for that matter.

Gators' surprise: a staff of aces
Florida baseball coach Pat McMahon makes his No. 1 rule pretty clear to his pitchers. Throw strikes. No walks. Keep the pitch count down

Tennessee at Florida
# Where: McKethan Stadium, Gainesville, Fla. # Game times: 6:30 tonight, 4 p.m. Saturday, noon Sunday.

Vols must be better swingers at Florida
Tennessee's timing is less than ideal. The No. 19 Vols' rhythm at the plate has been a little off recently, and there couldn't be a worse time for UT to struggle at the plate.

Florida Gator Basketball

Prep sophomore gives Gators nod
During a period in which Florida was eyeing recruits for the class of 2006, the Gators may have snatched up an interesting prospect for 2007.

Sophomore commits to UF
Nick Calathes has been ahead of the game in basketball all his life, rapidly developing his skills in tandem with steady growth spurts.

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