Gator News And World Report (10/4/2005)

The Gator News and World Report for Tuesday, October 4, 2005. Meyer sorts out problems; Mincey wants rematch with Alabama; Gators Booked For LSU Trip; Meyer's changes a secret; Gators refuse to play blame game; Gators devoted to spread and more....

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Meyer sorts out problems
Florida coach Urban Meyer knows what he wants on offense. He also knows what he has. What he doesn't know is how to mesh the two together to get an offense that will move the ball and score points

Mincey wants rematch with Alabama
Jeremy Mincey wants another shot at Alabama. Florida's senior defensive end, who last week made headlines in Alabama newspapers when he said he believed Tennessee had better personnel than 'Bama, said Monday that he'd like the Gators to meet the Crimson Tide in the SEC championship game in Atlanta in December.

Gators Booked For LSU Trip
As Florida's football team prepared Monday for this week's game against Mississippi State, athletic department officials traveled to Louisiana to gather information about their travel options for next week's LSU game.

'Devastated' UF begins recovery process
A few voices, Florida Coach Urban Meyer said, pierced the library-like quiet that dominated the Gators' surroundings Saturday night.

The DeShawn Wynn experiment might be done for Urban Meyer and the Gators, and a new face now has an opportunity to revive Florida's running game.

Offense eludes Meyer
Coach Urban Meyer is looking for his offense. Somewhere between a 12-0 season at Utah and the Florida Gators' 31-3 loss at Alabama, Meyer lost a key element to his success and big piece of his coaching identity.

Meyer considers retooling run game after loss
The DeShawn Wynn experiment might be done for Urban Meyer and the Gators, and a fresh new face now has an opportunity to revive UF's defunct running game.

Gators devoted to spread
Dan Mullen heard everything he needed to know about the spread offense's problems on the flight back to Gainesville.

Florida returned to practice Monday, hoping to find answers to its growing offensive woes and rediscover the defense that was ranked fifth in the nation before Saturday's 31-3 loss to Alabama.

Football team has no choice: Shake it off
Urban Meyer may never know exactly what went wrong with the Gators in their 31-3 loss to Alabama, but he knows this: It's time to move on.

Meyer's changes a secret
Florida may be down, but don't tell Gators defensive end Jeremy Mincey they're out.

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