Gator News And World Report (7/7/2005)

The Gator News and World Report for Thursday, July 7, 2005. Leak brothers reunite; Media guide slims down; Lineman commits to Gators; Prospect picks Tech over UF; Does Size Matter? New NCAA Rule Says Yes; BCS considers replay in bowls; A Gator for life

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Leak brothers reunite
Once the friendliest of Southeastern Conference rivals, the Leak brothers are back on the same team.

Media guide slims down
Not too long ago, college football media guides were pretty much for the media only and could fit nicely in a sports writer's back pocket.

Lineman commits to Gators
This is usually a quiet time in college football recruiting. But not for Florida. Not this summer.

Does Size Matter? New NCAA Rule Says Yes
The nation's mail carriers - and their aching backs - owe a debt of gratitude to the NCAA.

BCS considers replay in bowls
Instant replay is looking less like a one-year experiment and more like a long-term reality in college football.

A Gator for life
The scholarship offer came from University of Florida football assistant coach Steve Addazio on Saturday afternoon, somewhere around 2 p.m.

UF Defensive line coach looks to improve pass rush
When Urban Meyer accepted the job as head coach at UF, he began to assemble his defensive staff with one thought in mind.
Florida Gator Basketball

Prospect picks Tech over UF
Jaravis Crittenton considered Florida as an option to pursue his college basketball career.

Lee makes debut
With one pick left in the first round of last week's NBA Draft, David Lee was angry. His cell phone was silent and it didn't look like the New York Knicks were calling him with any sort of that, "Hey, good news, we're drafting you," rhetoric.

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