Gator News and World Report (2/25/2006)

The Gator News and World Report for Saturday, February 25, 2006. Mizzou-rable; Some UF fans just cannot be pleased; Noah's status Sunday is still undetermined; Zick drives in seven runs; Personal best for Florida; Noah might sit out at 'Bama; Missouri rolls past UF; Gators' Noah set to sink his new tooth into 'Bama; No. 12 Missouri Knocks Off Top Ranked Florida, 14-5 and more...

Florida Gator Baseball

Mizzou-rable
It was the middle of the fifth inning, "We Are The Boys" was blasting over the sound system, and McKethan Stadium began to empty.

Missouri rolls past UF
Jacob Priday had five hits, three RBI and two runs as Missouri routed Florida 14-5 on Friday night. Missouri (5-2) out-hit Florida 22-7.

No. 12 Missouri Knocks Off Top Ranked Florida, 14-5
Scherzer strikes out eight and Priday goes 5-for-6 as the Tigers take down the No. 1 Gators.

Florida Gator Basketball

Noah's status Sunday is still undetermined
Florida sophomore forward Joakim Noah took part in limited drills in Friday's practice, but remains a questionable for Sunday's game at Alabama.

Noah might sit out at 'Bama
Joakim Noah has his tooth back, but it's uncertain whether 12th-ranked Florida will have the sophomore forward back for Sunday's game at Alabama.

Gators' Noah set to sink his new tooth into 'Bama
Florida's Joakim Noah appears to have escaped the Tooth Fairy. Now it looks like he'll be ready to take on the Crimson Tide.

Florida Gators

Some UF fans just cannot be pleased
So I wrote this column earlier this week about the reasons everybody hates the Gators which elicited the expected outpouring of e-mails and phone messages.

Florida Gator Softball

Zick drives in seven runs
Junior Melissa Zick drove in seven runs Friday to lead the Florida softball team to an 11-10 win over Illinois in the first game of the NFCA Leadoff Classic in Columbus, Ga.

Florida Gator Track & Field

Personal best for Florida
Senior Kayne DaKoski set Florida personal bests in all four events of the heptathlon and is in eighth place after the first day Friday of the SEC Indoor Track and Field Championships at the O'Connell Center.

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