Gator News And World Report (5/6/2005)

The Gator News and World Report for Friday, May 6, 2005. Gators look to get back on track at Arkansas; Advantage Gators on home courts; Gator fans crowding around Coach Meyer; Baseball seeks return to form; Bucs grab an ex-Gator; UF baseball team focused on trip to College World Series; Sun Sports Takes In-Depth Look At New Boss Gator and more...

Florida Gator Baseball

Gators look to get back on track at Arkansas
There is no panic, no desperation in Florida's baseball locker room. But the anxiety level has certainly risen a notch as the sixth-ranked Gators head to Arkansas for a weekend series beginning tonight (8 p.m., Sun Sports).

Baseball seeks return to form
Having lost three of four since April 29, the baseball team plays a critical series this weekend against defending SEC champ Arkansas with no plans to panic or make major changes.

UF baseball team focused on trip to College World Series
When Florida fell behind early to Tennessee last Saturday in a key Southeastern Conference baseball game, the heat was clearly on the Gators.

Florida Gator Tennis

Advantage Gators on home courts
Florida's tennis teams have long thrived off the warm, sunny and humid conditions of its home courts. Next weekend they will open NCAA play in that familiar, sweaty, environment.

Florida Gator Golf

Host UF likes its chances
Teams that hoped to squeeze in a practice round in anticipation of the NCAA Women's Golf East Regional at the University Golf Course Wednesday traded their clubs for umbrellas.

Florida Gator Football

Gator fans crowding around Coach Meyer
Five-digit crowds at spring college football practices can mean one of two things: Either an intriguing person has come to town, or fans could use something better to do.

Sun Sports Takes In-Depth Look At New Boss Gator
More than 50,000 Florida Gator fans filled Ben Hill Griffin Stadium recently for the spring football game. Thousands more attended a pep rally the night before.

Florida Gator Ike Hilliard

Bucs grab an ex-Gator
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers needed to bolster their depleted receiving corps. Former Florida Gators receiver Ike Hilliard needed a new team to help revive his career.

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