Gator News and World Report (3/4/2006)

The Gator News and World Report for Saturday, March 4, 2006. LSU's Brady should be SEC coach of year; It's not easy being Green these days; UK player not happy with Noah; Gators shut out again, 4-0; Kentucky 88, No. 23 Florida 70; Lady Gators Taken Out In SEC Quarterfinals; Tennis now 'a blip on the screen' for Noah and more....

Florida Lady Gator Basketball

'Cats bounce Gators
Samantha Mahoney and Sarah Elliott scored 20 points each Friday as Kentucky benefited from No. 23 Florida's cold shooting and moved into the semifinals of the Southeastern Conference women's tournament with an 88-70 victory over the Gators.

Kentucky 88, No. 23 Florida 70
Samantha Mahoney and Sarah Elliott scored 20 points each Friday as Kentucky benefited from No. 23 Florida's cold shooting and moved into the semifinals of the Southeastern Conference women's tournament with an 88-70 victory over a Gators.

Lady Gators Taken Out In SEC Quarterfinals
Things are coming together for Kentucky, and not a moment too soon.

Florida Gator Basketball

LSU's Brady should be SEC coach of year
There was a lot of talk early in this basketball season about Billy Donovan being the SEC Coach of the Year. After Tennessee beat the Gators for a second time, it looked like Bruce Pearl would be a runaway winner

It's not easy being Green these days
Florida point guard Taurean Green took some inspiration from a recent phone conversation with his dad, ex-NBA forward Sidney Green.

UK player not happy with Noah
It wouldn't be Florida-Kentucky without a few fighting words. The words come courtesy of Kentucky reserve forward Rekalin Sims, who wasn't too pleased with Joakim Noah's chest-thumping toward the student section when Florida beat Kentucky 95-80 last month.

Tennis now 'a blip on the screen' for Noah
Yannick Noah sat in the stands at the O'Connell Center on Wednesday wearing a tattered black Rolling Stones concert T-shirt, a Rastafarian hat perched on his head, and a smile seemingly as big as Cameroon spread across his face.

Florida Gator Baseball

Gators shut out again, 4-0
Brian Leclerc says there is no panic or anxiety in Florida's dugout. Leclerc is certain the Gators bats will come alive. The question is: When?

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