Gator News and World Report (7/23/2006)

The Gator News and World Report for Sunday, July 23, 2006. Lazy days of summer permit 1996 reflection; DiMarco in familiar position heading to final round at Royal Liverpool; Gators' receivers should excel; Leak's legacy up in air and more...

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Lazy days of summer permit 1996 reflection
It's easy to drift away mentally when a summer is as boring sports-wise as this one has been. When you find yourself watching a seven-year old Mississippi State-Arkansas game, you know two things: 1. You're obsessed with football.

Racial bias is not an issue to the Leaks
Curtis Leak wants to be perfectly clear - he has no problems with anything at the University of Florida. "Florida has always treated us with class," Leak said Friday.

Gators' receivers should excel
We continue our position-by-position rankings at the state schools by looking at receivers. Next week, it'll be the offensive line.

Leak's legacy up in air
The sunset of Chris Leak's college football career edges closer to the rim of Ben Hill Griffin Stadium at Florida Field, where an undecided color awaits at dusk.

DeLand's Furlong commits to FSU
Sometimes you feel so comfortable with a place that it erases any and all doubts early in the recruiting process.

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DiMarco in familiar position heading to final round at Royal Liverpool
Chris DiMarco should be used to this position. In contention at the final round of a major? Been there, done that. This time, he'd like to win one.His emotions churning as he tries to cope with the sudden death of his mother, DiMarco has nevertheless managed to put himself in the thick of things at the British Open. A 3-under 69 Saturday left him just a stroke behind Tiger Woods and provided the comforting notion that he was getting a little extra help.

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Summer traveling
Some spend a lifetime longing to see the world. To photograph the Great Wall of China. To explore tropical regions on the banks of the Amazon.

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