Gator News And World Report (11/14/2005)

The Gator News and World Report for Monday, November 14, 2005. Gators' troubles linked to the road; Florida just another victim of the Ol' Ball Coach; Peck wants even more defense; No. 5 Gators sweep Mississippi State; Bowden knows FSU needs week to heal; Meyer: Time to regroup; Gators Need More Time For Answers; Lesser bowl bids not Music to Gators' ears and more...

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Gators' troubles linked to the road
The Florida Gators find themselves in a difficult and familiar position today, carrying a crushing road defeat with them into the bye week.

Florida just another victim of the Ol' Ball Coach
Now you know what it feels like.You know what it's like to lose to Steve Spurrier. You know what it's like to see your guy outcoached by the ball coach. You know what it's like to feel the pain of wondering how he did it. You know what the verbal digs feel like.

Bowden knows FSU needs week to heal
Cries for Florida State offensive coordinator Jeff Bowden's head are reaching deafening proportions. The training staff is running short on hours in the day attending to the injured, and the Seminoles' defense is a mere shadow of the one that opened the season by holding Miami to a touchdown.

Meyer: Time to regroup
The disappointment Florida players and coaches felt after losing to South Carolina on Saturday afternoon intensified around 11:30 p.m.

Gators Need More Time For Answers
University of Florida defensive end Jeremy Mincey isn't convinced Saturday's 30-22 loss to South Carolina signaled a shift of power in the SEC East. The senior believes the Gators need more time under first-year coach Urban Meyer to reach their full potential.

Lesser bowl bids not Music to Gators' ears
Independence Bowl officials scouted Saturday's Florida-South Carolina game, thinking they might possibly end up with the loser.

Florida Lady Gator Basketball

Peck wants even more defense
Carolyn Peck has had one thing on her mind throughout this preseason - defense. She keeps delivering that message to her team. And she keeps expressing that point to the media.

Florida Gator Volleyball

No. 5 Gators sweep Mississippi State
The Florida women's volleyball team finished its regular season on a high note Sunday with a victory against Mississippi State and the best record in the Southeastern conference.

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