Gator News and World Report (2/6/2007)

The Gator News and World Report for Monday, February 6, 2006. Green, Noah: UF's yin, yang; Gators upset No. 21 Kentucky; Cats' offense caves in second half; Cats' offense caves in second half; Wildcats find little comfort on the road and more....

Florida Gator Basketball

Green, Noah: UF's yin, yang
They are so different in so many ways, the two sophomore brothers. One at 6-foot-11, the other 11 inches shorter. Joakim Noah is all about energy, pounding his chest after made shots. Taurean Green's facial expressions are just this side of bored.

Wildcats find little comfort on the road
After losing at Florida last season, the University of Kentucky men's basketball team decided not to stay in the glitzy Hilton again.

Once again, Cats say backs against the wall
Another game dissolving into disarray. Another demoralizing defeat. Another never-again line drawn in the basketball sand.

Florida LadyGator Basketball

Gators upset No. 21 Kentucky
lorida freshman Sha Brooks scored 21 points, including a key 3-pointer, to lead Florida to a 68-61 upset of No. 21 Kentucky in front of a Memorial Coliseum crowd of 5,950 on Sunday.

Cats' offense caves in second half
It was a simple answer to what is turning out to be a complicated question. Kentucky shocked the women's basketball world by knocking off top-ranked Tennessee 10 days ago. Now, after a 68-61 loss to Florida yesterday, the No. 21 Cats are mired in a two-game losing streak.

Florida Gator Golf

UCLA not blown over by Sawgrass wind
The conditions were vintage Sawgrass Country Club: high wind and chilly temperatures, compoundingthe difficulty of a golf course that isn't easy in ideal weather. UCLA, a young team with the highest of hopes,seemed not to notice.

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