Gator News And World Report (5/10/2005)

The Gator News and World Report for Tuesday, May 10, 2005. What not to wear; Golfer Code to continue her battle at home; All-Americans leave UF team; Moss undergoes surgery; UF's Scheurman Earns SEC Honor; Meyer's Contract Could Be Highest in State. . . If He Wins; No. 23 Gators show 'Cats no mercy; Illini's Brown, Gators' Walsh should return and more...

Florida Gator Football

What not to wear
No Gator attire or locker room use during summer Based on a somewhat surreal scene on Florida Field on Monday afternoon, red and black has become a popular color scheme for the Florida Gators. Also in fashion now are old high school T-shirts, tattered sneakers and generic white and gray.

Meyer's Contract Could Be Highest in State. . . If He Wins
The University of Florida has given new football coach Urban Meyer plenty of incentive to win and remain at UF over the course of his seven-year, $14.2 million contract with the school.

Florida Gator Mallory Code

Golfer Code to continue her battle at home
Mallory Code is home. The University of Florida golfer flew home to Tampa on Monday night after being released from a Denver hospital where she spent three months battling complications from cystic fibrosis.

Florida Gator Track & Field

All-Americans leave UF team
FLORIDA TRACK AND FIELDFlorida's women's track team has suffered another major setback, as a pair of senior All-American throwers have left the team.

Florida Gator Basketball

Moss undergoes surgery
Florida men's basketball center Adrian Moss underwent surgery to repair two herniated discs in his lower back that flared up during the course of the 2004-05 season.

Illini's Brown, Gators' Walsh should return
Will they stay or will they go? Of the 45 U.S.-based players who announced their NBA draft entry, nearly half insisted they were not hiring agents, thus retaining the option of resuming (or commencing) their college careers. Here's a few guys who will have to make, or not make, the decision to withdraw thier names form the draft by the June 21 deadline.

Florida Gator Softball

UF's Scheurman Earns SEC Honor
University of Florida designated hitter/pitcher Mandy Scheurman was named SEC player of the week Monday for her role the Gators' 5-0 week.

No. 23 Gators show 'Cats no mercy
The UF softball team finished its regular season on a high note.

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