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The Gator News and World Report for Tuesday, July 31. 2007. Gators release basketball sSchedule for next season; Brewers kick off winning second half; Former Gator joins AAFL; Gators ready to begin camp after tough off season; UF’s Tebow learned on the job; Starters chance; Scheduling snafu brings Gator basketball game to Jacksonville and more….

GAINESVILLE – University of Florida officials released the men’s basketball team’s 31-game schedule Monday afternoon, and as expected, it’s full of schools from bottom-tier conferences.

Gators Release Basketball Schedule For Next Season

Ask any baseball fan to tell you their reasons for watching minor league ball, and invariably close to the top of almost every list will be the opportunity to get to see a future big leaguer in action.

Brewers kick off winning second half

After four quiet years in the NFL, Travis McGriff’s football career came to an end in 2003. But the All American Football League is giving McGriff – and others in the same position across the country – a new reason to don the pads.

Former Gator joins AAFL

HOOVER, Ala. – Maybe three national championships in a little over a year have spoiled The Gator Nation.

Gators ready to begin camp after tough off season

Georgia center Fernando Velasco would turn around and shake his head. The guy behind him, teenage quarterback Matthew Stafford, had botched another call and sent one of his teammates the wrong way.

UF’s Tebow learned on the job

JACKSONVILLE – Defensive end Bobby McCray wants a long-term contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Starter’s chance

The Florida men’s basketball team will play in Jacksonville this season, but the two-time defending NCAA champions won’t meet Jacksonville University or North Florida.

Scheduling snafu brings Gator basketball game to Jacksonville

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The Gator News and World Report for Tuesday, July 31. 2007. Gators release basketball sSchedule for next season; Brewers kick off winning second half; Former Gator joins AAFL; Gators ready to begin camp after tough off season; UF’s Tebow learned on the job; Starters chance; Scheduling snafu brings Gator basketball game to Jacksonville and more….

GAINESVILLE – University of Florida officials released the men’s basketball team’s 31-game schedule Monday afternoon, and as expected, it’s full of schools from bottom-tier conferences.

Gators Release Basketball Schedule For Next Season

Ask any baseball fan to tell you their reasons for watching minor league ball, and invariably close to the top of almost every list will be the opportunity to get to see a future big leaguer in action.

Brewers kick off winning second half

After four quiet years in the NFL, Travis McGriff’s football career came to an end in 2003. But the All American Football League is giving McGriff – and others in the same position across the country – a new reason to don the pads.

Former Gator joins AAFL

HOOVER, Ala. – Maybe three national championships in a little over a year have spoiled The Gator Nation.

Gators ready to begin camp after tough off season

Georgia center Fernando Velasco would turn around and shake his head. The guy behind him, teenage quarterback Matthew Stafford, had botched another call and sent one of his teammates the wrong way.

UF’s Tebow learned on the job

JACKSONVILLE – Defensive end Bobby McCray wants a long-term contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Starter’s chance

The Florida men’s basketball team will play in Jacksonville this season, but the two-time defending NCAA champions won’t meet Jacksonville University or North Florida.

Scheduling snafu brings Gator basketball game to Jacksonville

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