Gator News and World Report (11/13/2006)

The Gator News and World Report for Monday, November 13, 2006. Meyer warily keeps eye on BCS; Moss swats away Gamecock hopes; SEC titles: 16 and counting; Gators stay alive in NCAAs; UF Doesn't Move Up In BCS Rankings; Running in place: Gators remain at No. 4 in BCS and more...

Florida Gator Football

Meyer warily keeps eye on BCS
Urban Meyer's players are talking about the national championship now and Meyer admits he has started paying close attention to other games and how they might impact Florida in the BCS standings.

Moss swats away Gamecock hopes
Charlie Strong had an idea. As the coach in charge of blocking field goals and the co-defensive coordinator, Strong knew Jarvis Moss had not come out for one play in Saturday night's game. He figured his defensive end with a 35-inch vertical leap would be too tired to jump all of those 35 inches.

Gators need help in BCS title race
Florida's drive for the national championship seems to have stalled, as the Gators keep getting passed by competitors.

UF Doesn't Move Up In BCS Rankings
If the University of Florida hopes to play for the national title, the Gators either will have to start winning in a more impressive fashion or pray for Southern California to lose.

Southern Cal moves past Florida in BCS rankings
Another shaky outing kept Florida at No. 4 in the BCS rankings, and USC jumped from seventh to third.

Running in place: Gators remain at No. 4 in BCS
The Florida Gators won on Saturday but lost on Sunday. Florida was hoping to move up to No. 3 in the Bowl Championship Series standings after a thrilling 17-16 win against South Carolina and upset losses Saturday by Texas, Auburn and California.

Florida Gator Volleyball

SEC titles: 16 and counting
At this rate, a new trophy case might not be enough for Florida's volleyball team. Mary Wise's team may need an entire building to house their hardware.

Florida Gator Soccer

Gators stay alive in NCAAs
After 110 minutes of scoreless play and four sets of penalty kicks Sunday, the UF soccer team's season rested on the foot of senior Ansley Myrick.

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