Gator News and World Report (2/8/2006)

The Gator News and World Report for Wednesday, February 8, 2006. Hangin' with...Sarah Lowe; 'Throwbacks' stay humble in amazing start; Going in opposite directions; UF assistants top recruiters; Breaking down Gators' '06 class; Gators have extra incentive; A Cast Of Characters; UF looks for payback against S. Carolina; Gators seek revenge and more...

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'Throwbacks' stay humble in amazing start
(HUMILITY/hyu-mil-et-e/noun : quality or state of being humble; not arrogant; unpretentious (Webster's Collegiate Dictionary).

Going in opposite directions
Florida point guard Taurean Green remembered the feeling walking off the Colonial Center court, moments after the Gators lost at South Carolina.

Gators have extra incentive
The last 20 teams to enter the University of Florida's O'Connell Center left without a victory.

A Cast Of Characters
GAINESVILLE - If Taurean Green ran MTV, he knows the first show he'd greenlight. (Cue snazzy intro.) Green: This is the true story …Joakim Noah: … True story! ...

UF looks for payback against S. Carolina
The biggest win of the season only moments behind him, Florida Gators coach Billy Donovan caught himself looking ahead.

Gators seek revenge
When Florida sophomore point guard Taurean Green came home from the Gators' 68-62 loss to South Carolina in Columbia, he was curious.

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Hangin' with...Sarah Lowe
THE BASICS...Sarah Lowe is a 5-foot-7 senior point guard on Florida's women's basketball team. Lowe, a native of Wynnewood, Pa., is as well known for her accomplishments on the basketball court as she is off it. Lowe has traveled to seven different countries, speaks fluent Spanish and was a finalist for the Rhodes Scholarship in November.

Florida Gator Football

UF assistants top recruiters
Putting together a top-ranked recruiting class doesn't just happen. It takes a lot of work and perseverance. Three Florida assistants who played a major role in UF's No. 1 (or No. 2) football recruiting class have been recognized for their efforts.

Breaking down Gators' '06 class
The fax machines have gone silent in the coaches' offices and recruitniks have had a few days for the withdrawal process to start kicking in.

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