Gator News And World Report (11/16/2005)

The Gator News and World Report for Wednesday, November 16, 2005. Hornsby commits to UF; South Carolina loss lingers; Gators scrutinize season cut short by early NCAA tourney loss; Gators max out scholarships allotment with recent commitment; Moving Ingram is part of coaches' discussion; Donovan Reinvents Gators With A Nod To The Past; Gators deal with upset while looking toward future and more....

Florida Gator Football

Hornsby commits to UF
Jamar Hornsby liked everything he saw about the University of Georgia on an official visit over the weekend, but it wasn't what he saw that compelled the Sandalwood High star wide receiver to return to Jacksonville with a commitment to Florida.

South Carolina loss lingers
Florida's football team still carried a good load of disappointment Monday night as it practiced for the first time since Saturday's 30-22 loss to South Carolina.

Moving Ingram is part of coaches' discussion
One of the best players on the Florida roster is redshirt freshman quarterback Cornelius Ingram, the former Hawthorne star, and the coaches are going to explore possibly finding another position for him after the season, Florida coach Urban Meyer said Tuesday.

Hornsby To Join Gators
Growing up less than 10 miles from Jacksonville's AllTel Stadium, Jamar Hornsby always knew he'd be invited to the World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party.

SOMBER GATORS RETURN
Florida returned to the practice field for the first time on Tuesday after suffering a 30-22 loss to South Carolina that knocked the Gators out of the SEC title picture.

Gators deal with upset while looking toward future
When Jarvis Herring committed to UF more than five years ago, he had visions of a giddy Steve Spurrier giving a salute to 80,000 fans after winning a crucial Southeastern Conference game.

UF starts prepping for FSU
While Florida State took the day off, the University of Florida prepared for the schools' Nov. 26 rivalry game with a demanding practice and an eye on finishing the season strong.

Florida Gator Soccer

Gators scrutinize season cut short by early NCAA tourney loss
Becky Burleigh feels good about the future of her Gators soccer program. But that doesn't mean the sting of Friday's first-round NCAA Tournament loss to Illinois will be easy to shake off.

Florida Gator Basketball

Gators max out scholarships allotment with recent commitment
lorida moved a step closer to closing out its basketball recruiting Class of 2006, receiving a faxed letter of intent Tuesday from 6-foot-5 shooting guard Doneal Mack.

Donovan Reinvents Gators With A Nod To The Past
The edge in Billy Donovan's voice that March 2004 day in Raleigh, N.C., could have sliced titanium.

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