Gator News And World Report (4/30/2005)

The Gator News and World Report for Saturday, April 30, 2005. Vols take opener behind bats, arms; The stuff of dreams; ocker room made off-limits to football team; Gators soaring at Penn Relays and more..

Florida Gator Baseball

Vols take opener behind bats, arms
Tennessee's Luke Hochevar is expected to be a millionaire this summer. He looked to be worth every dollar on Friday night at McKethan Stadium.

Tennessee 11, Florida 5
Julio Borbon had three hits and five RBIs and Eli Iorg launched his 13th home run of the season to lead Tennessee to an 11-5 win over Florida on Friday night.

Florida Gator Football

Locker room made off-limits to football team
When so many of your "offseason" days involve "voluntary" workouts under a hot Florida sun, the creature comforts are important. Whether it's the cool feeling of the faux leather living-room lounge chair or something as simple as the right flavor of Gatorade, the rewards don't have to be extravagant to matter.

The stuff of dreams
Take it somewhere else, Vernell. You're too small, too short, to compete here. You don't belong.

Florida Gator Track and Field

Gators soaring at Penn Relays
The UF men's and women's teams posted 10 NCAA regional qualifying marks Friday on the second day of the Penn Relays. The Gators posted qualifying marks in three relays, while two Gators claimed individual victories.

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