Gator News and World Report (8/17/2006)

The Gator News and World Report for Thursday, August 17, 2006. Gators bond over two-a-days; Severity of linebacker's leg injury unknown; Career is over for UF's Littlejohn; Lewis turns corner for UF; Sophomore LB Demps Taken Off On Cart and more...

Florida Gator Football

Gators bond over two-a-days
Senior placekicker Chris Hetland was awaken at 6:30 a.m. Tuesday to the blaring of an air horn just outside his door. So were the rest of his Florida football teammates.

Severity of linebacker's leg injury unknown
lorida's rash of preseason injuries continued Wednesday. Sophomore linebacker Jon Demps was carted off the field midway through the afternoon practice with an apparent leg injury.

Lewis turns corner for UF
After three years of near insignificance under former Florida football coach Ron Zook, Reggie Lewis had enough.

Sophomore LB Demps Taken Off On Cart
The injury bug took the day off from Florida's ailing offensive line Wednesday and instead went after the defense.

Injuries slow young UF wideouts
Freshman wide receiver Percy Harvin's fast start at Florida has been slowed by a lingering injury that could become more serious if he returns too quickly.

Florida Gator Softball

Career is over for UF's Littlejohn
Lindsay Littlejohn's sparkling softball career has come to an abrupt end due to a knee injury that could have forced her to have knee replacement surgery at age 20 if she continued to play.

Florida Gator Basketball

UF upgrades hoop schedule
Ohio State is coming to Gainesville, Florida State awaits a Gators visit to Tallahassee and Kansas lurks in Las Vegas as part of a Thanksgiving weekend tournament.

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