Gator News And World Report (6/14/2005)

The Gator News and World Report for Tuesday, June 14, 2005. Donovan goes from the Big 3 to the Big Flee; Walsh says goodbye; Horne, Tordi mulling futures; Walsh waves goodbye to UF; UF's Walsh to sign with agent; UF football game times set and more...

Florida Gator Basketball

Donovan goes from the Big 3 to the Big Flee
Billy Donovan caught a lot of us by surprise that day several weeks ago when he came into an interview session to tell us that not only had Anthony Roberson put his name in the draft but Matt Walsh had as well.

Walsh says goodbye
Saying the ‘time is right,' Matt Walsh reveals his intention to remain in the NBA draft.

Walsh waves goodbye to UF
Florida lost one player to the NBA Draft on Sunday night, and Gators coach Billy Donovan is pretty sure he's going to lose another.

UF's Walsh to sign with agent
Florida guard Matt Walsh will sign with sports agent Jason Levien today in Miami, officially negating his final season of NCAA eligibility to take his chances in the NBA Draft, Walsh said Monday.

Gators' Walsh Will Take His Chances In NBA Draft
For a basketball coach set to prematurely lose two stars who scored 40 percent of his team's points last season, the University of Florida's Billy Donovan didn't seem that upset Monday.

Walsh remains in draft
When Matt Walsh visited the Memphis Grizzlies last month, it nearly became the shortest-lived workout in recent history. Grizzlies director of playing personnel Tony Barone Sr. didn't even want to look at Walsh.

Walsh, Roberson planning on draft
The rebuilding project University of Florida coach Billy Donovan faces has reached monumental proportions.

Walsh certain for NBA draft
Matt Walsh told Gators coach Billy Donovan and his staff on Sunday that he was not going to come back for his senior season.

Florida Gator Baseball

Horne, Tordi mulling futures

This is a special time for Florida shortstop Justin Tordi and pitcher Alan Horne. Their Florida Gators have gone 5-0 in the NCAA Baseball Tournament and recently knocked off Florida State in the Super Regionals to earn a trip to the College World Series in Omaha, Neb.
Florida Gator Football

UF football game times set
The University of Florida has announced the game times for its football games against Tennessee and Florida State. Florida's Southeastern Conference opener with the Volunteers will be at 8 p.m. Eastern time in Gainesville on Sept. 17. The game against Florida State is set for 3:30 p.m. in Gainesville on Nov. 26. Both games will be broadcast on CBS. The Gators open the 2005 season on Sept. 3 against Wyoming at home in Ben Hill Griffin Stadium at 6 p.m.




UF Times Set For FSU, Tenn.
The University of Florida football games against Tennessee and Florida State will be broadcast by CBS, the network announced Monday morning.

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