Gator News and World Report (10/22/2006)

The Gator News and World Report for Sunday, October 22, 2006. Harvin is Gators' renaissance man; Gators' Nelson Always Gets The Message; Defense finds identity; UF's Meyer: New clock rules 'awful'; Harvin makes Gators go and more...

Florida Gator Football

Harvin is Gators' renaissance man
Freshman Percy Harvin will spend the rest of his Florida career at wide receiver. And running back. And quarterback.

Gators' Nelson Always Gets The Message
Reggie Nelson looked down at his cell phone shortly after Florida's win against LSU on Oct. 7. As usual, the same caller from the 321 area code had stuffed his voicemail box.

UF Up Next
WHO: Georgia WHEN: Saturday, 3:30 p.m. WHERE: Alltel Stadium, Jacksonville Schedule/Results

Defense finds identity
The Florida Gators had just fought their way back to take a 14-13 lead over Alabama when Brandon Siler called his defensive teammates together and delivered this message.

UF's Meyer: New clock rules 'awful'
Coach Urban Meyer used to dislike the new NCAA clock rules. Now he loathes them. The Gators had just 45 offensive plays to work with against Auburn, the fewest of Meyer's coaching career.

Harvin makes Gators go
Turns out there is one person who can stop Florida freshman Percy Harvin every time. Percy Harvin.

At Meyer's urging, Cornelius becomes leader
After Florida quarterback Chris Leak aptly read Little Granny Quarterback to a room of about 40 first-graders, Jemalle Cornelius took his turn.

Fans' behavior on miscue riles Ware
Georgia's Danny Ware was "disgusted" by the reaction of the Sanford Stadium crowd following wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi's second drop of Saturday's game, he said.

Florida Gator Soccer

Double-OT win keeps Florida atop standings
lorida has won its final home match of the season every year, a tradition that serves as a fond farewell for graduating seniors. The No. 15 Gators kept that tradition alive Friday night, as they defeated visiting Arkansas 1-0 in double overtime.

Florida Gator Volleyball

Gators grind out win
Florida was a team out of sync Friday night. The Gators committed attack errors, service errors and, at times, seemed downright confused.

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