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KICKOFF INSIDE Floridas annual rivalry switches gears this year as firstyear coach, and Georgia alum, Will Muschamp takes his Gators into Jacksonville to meet the Bulldogs. pg. 2 Quarterback John Brantleys pending return Saturday should open up holes for UFs struggling run game. pg. 16

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MATT WATTS Alligator Sports Writer They moved up and down en masse, a wave of white and red. the air and waving towels in the north end zone, nearly 70 players sideline to celebrate Knowshon Morenos leaping touchdown. Half of the packed stadium in Jacksonville went wild. The other half sat stunned. The move was a motivational ploy from Bulldogs coach Mark Richt, who, after taking the job six years earlier, had won just a single contest against bitter rival Florida. In 2007, Richt said he had had enough. After Moreno scored in the their orders. I told them if they didnt get a score, all of them would be doing early morning runs, said Richt afterward. on to a convincing 42-30 victory against No. 9 Florida. The result of the game didnt have a huge impact, but that act, that unforgettable exploitation would be immortalized. It lives on forever in the lore of one of the greatest rivalries in the history of college football. It lives in the minds of fans, and it rises deep from inside players on Halloween weekend each year. One of the few seniors on the roster who was present that day, defensive tackle Jaye Howard, said he had not seen anything like it. Ive never witnessed that in a football game before and just to see it, was like they dont care about Florida, really, he said. You dont do anything like that. ... Total disrespect. Florida running back Chris Rainey, who watched the Bulldogs smile and gloat that day, said he will remember it always, even when he sits down decades from now to watch the game. All I can remember of this team is when they were dancing on us, he said. Thats embarrassing. That stays in my head when people do something like that to me. For all the similarities Will Muschamp shares with his predecessors, completely different when it comes to rivalry games. In the week before a matchup traditional foe, Muschamp and his players didnt want to talk about history. They didnt want to talk about the Volunteers and what the game meant to them. Instead, the talking point all week was nameless, faceless, meaning Florida was approaching each opponent the same each week. No team deserved special preparation, or merited extra motivation. Its a very important game; we dont need to tell our players that, Muschamp said in September. They come to play at a place like Florida to play in a game like this. Thats why we approach it that way. That measured and calculated method continued against top-ranked teams like Alabama and LSU. But after losses in those games, followed by another on the road against Auburn, things have Stadium. Inside the building that houses the same team that has denounced big game after big game all season, one highlight has been played on loop. Theyve been showing [the celebration replay from 2007] all throughout the building the last few days and all during the off week, Howard said. What began as motivation for a downtrodden pack of Dawgs has become the driving force for a desThats something Urban Meyer or Steve Spurrier would have done. Both were known for the importance gia, Tennessee and Florida State. Spurrier once said the Floridaduring his Heisman season of 1966, Spurrier held a special hatred for a home-and-home format for two years in the mid-90s, Spurrier boasted about scoring 50-plus points beThats what we wanted to do, he said. This may be the only time in our lifetime that Florida plays here, so we wanted to make it memAfter The Stomp, Meyer was the same way. He became entrenched in the rivalry. A year later, with less than a minry, Meyer called two time outs, forcing the Bulldogs and all their fans to endure the loss for just a little longer. The rivalry between two of the souths most prestigious and historic institutions is so contentious The Bulldogs say 1904, while the For Muschamp, it started in 1991, safety. For four straight seasons, Muschamps Bulldogs lost to Spurriers cheering for Florida became a man Now, 20 years later, he is the head coach of the team he rooted for as a child and despised, at least by association, as a young adult. Enteam, Muschamp says none of that matters. I know there will be a lot of wasted ink on the fact that I played gia, he said Monday. Wherever I played has no bearing on this game at all. Every game is important; theyre all important games. Its a SEC East opponent, its a big rival, its important to the University of Florida, so its important to me. Others arent so sure the game wont mean more to Muschamp. He wont know until the game is played in my opinion, Richt said this week. If it does in fact hold a special place for him, Muschamp wont admit it publicly. Hes trying to build a reputation as a tactician, focusing than motivation and emotion. But even Muschamp had to admit that Saturdays showdown is a little more juice involved in the game, Muschamp said. This is one of the great rivalries in all of sports. All the hype, all the buildup manifests on the bus ride in. Frankie Hammond, a junior wide receiver, had been told about coming across the Hart Bridge in Jacksonville, looking down and seeing the metropolis of RVs, the sea of red and black and orange and blue. Still, he said, Until you experience it yourself, you dont really know what to expect. The gathering of two fan bases in one place, the view from above, its a spectacle. You get charged when you come over that bridge, and you see all the RVs, the passion and the tradition of the game, Muschamp said. You get goosebumps talking about it. But stepping off the bus, the pageantry dissolves, and all thats left is the game to be played, the history to be made. Theres a new coach etching his name into the books this year, and although he takes a different approach than those who came before him, some things never change. Commings put it: We dont like them, and they dont like us. Contact Matt Watts at mwatts@alligator.org. Editor Tom Green Assistant Editor Matt Watts Cover Illustration Dana Burke and Matt Watts Alligator Friday, October 28, 2011KICKOFF UF defense vs. Georgia offense UF offense vs. Georgia defense TE WR CB RT OLB RG DE C LG LT DE LB OLB WR CB QB RB SS FS John Brantley Chris Rainey Sanders Commings Bacarri Rambo Deonte Thompson Tavarres King Marcus Roberson Cody Riggs Jelani Jenkins Matt Elam DeAnte Saunders Jon Bostic Lerentee McCray Dominique Easley Ronald Powell Sharrif Floyd Jordan Reed Marlon Brown Orson Charles Aaron Murray Isaiah Crowell Andre Debose Branden Smith Jarvis Jones Abry Jones Michael Gilliard Cornelius Washington Deangelo Tyson Brandon Boykin Matt Patchan Cordy Glenn Jon Halapio Dallas Lee Jonotthan Harrison Ben Jones Dan Wenger Chris Burnette Xavier Nixon Justin Anderson TE WR CB RT RG DE C LG DT LT DE OLB MLB OLB WR CB QB RB S S Time for historic rivalry to turn new page FB Trey Burton MLB Alec OgletreeNo Love Lost NG John Jenkins FB Bruce Figgins Jaye Howard DT Alligator File Photo Alligator File Photo Theres no question that theres a little more juice involved in the game. This is one of the great rivalries in all of sports.UF coachCB Jeremy Brown (knee) RT Chaz Green (foot/leg) QB John Brantley (ankle) WR Rantavious Wooten (concussion) WR Malcolm Mitchell (hamstring) OT Austin Long (ankle) LB Alec Ogletree (foot) OUT DOUBTFUL PROBABLE OUT QUESTIONABLE PROBABLE

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VOLUME 106 ISSUE 49 WWW.ALLIGATOR.ORG FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2011 Today We Inform. You Decide.Not officially associated with the University of Florida Published by Campus Communications, Inc. of Gainesville, Florida Students get spooked at Broward Hall haunted houseThe attraction is held in the basement, pg 5. Bone-marrow-donor registration on campus next weekMachen addresses accountability issuesHe sent a memo to Gov. Rick Scott outlining his ideas, pg. 4. The return of quarterback John Brantley should open up lanes for Chris Rainey and the run game against Georgia. See story, Page 16. 82 /63 FORECAST 2 OPINIONS 6 CLASSIFIEDS 12 CROSSWORD 15 SPORTS 16 Rebecca Cox / Alligator Trick-or-TreatMackenzie Mavin, 22 months, trick-or-treats outside the Alpha Chi Omega sorority house at Ghouls, Goblins and Greeks on Thursday. See story, page 4. HIGHER EDUCATION EMILY MORROW Alligator Writer Wendy Ruiz was born and raised in Miami. She has a Florida drivers license and is registered to vote in Florida. She graduated from high school in Miami and decided to go to Miami Dade College to become a podiatrist. It was then she found out that in the eyes of the states public university system, she is not a Florida resident. Because Ruiz is a dependent student whose parents are illegal immigrants, she is not eligible for in-state tuition. The cost of in-state tuition and fees at MiamiDade is about $2,500 a year. For out-of-state students, its about $9,000. At UF, tuition and fees are $5,700 a year for in-state students and roughly $28,000 for out-ofstate students. Last week, the Southern Poverty Law Censuit on behalf of Ruiz and several other students who will challenge the guidelines for determining Florida residency. These are U.S. citizens who are being discriminated against, said Jerri Katzerman, director of educational advocacy for the center. A generation of young people are having to forgo or postpone their education because of this issue. Virginia has similar in-state tuition restrictions. California has the largest estimated illegal immigrant population in the United States with about 2.6 million, according to the Pew Hispanic Center. However, illegal immigrants who graduate from California high schools are eligible for in-state tuition. Florida has the third-largest population, with an estimated 675,000 illegal immigrants. ation college students, Katzerman said. Many of these students, like Ruiz, are forced to enroll part time or take on multiple jobs to afford the higher tuition, she said. Calling the policy unconstitutional, the center is bringing the charges against the Florida Department of Education and the Board of Governors, demanding the removal of the provision requiring a students parents proof of Students denied in-state tuition due to illegal immigrant parents CLARE LENNON Alligator Writer The Princeton Review named UF the nations No. 1 Jock School as part of the companys annual college rankings and ratings. The list is determined by an online student survey, said David Soto, director of college rankings and ratings. UF was the only SEC school in the top 10, although Florida State University came in at No. 10, and Auburn University was ranked No. 11. Ido Zaken, 19, building construction freshball for his fraternity, Tau Epsilon Phi. He said he sees a lot of multicultural groups with teams, too. Soto said he doesnt see the label as a bad thing for UF. I think using these lists in conjunction with each other is the best way to shop for the right college, he said. Schools that scored at the bottom of the list were then ranked at the top of the Dodgeball Target list, Soto said. Those included New College at No. 1, New York University at No. 9 and Rollins College at No. 15. For the 2011 lists, about 122,000 students from the 376 surveyed schools responded. Soto said of the 80 questions on the survey, three were used to determine a schools jock status. Students were asked to separately rate the popularity of intercollegiate sports, intramural sports, and fraternities and sororities on a oneity. VEGETARIAN THEOLOGICAL SOCIETY ALSO SERVES LUNCH. SAMANTHA SHAVELL Alligator Contributing Writer Krishna Lunch might have some competition from a new religious organization that popped up Monday and Tuesday on Plaza of the Americas. The Vegetarian Theological Society vegetarianism and preaches through the distribution of food for $3 donations, said Nitai Bogle, president of the society. However, during the two days volunteers were on campus this week, they distributed more free plates than they received donations. Unlike Krishna Lunch, the society does not support the vegan lifestyle because in the societys philosophical books the human body is meant for Vegetarian group moves in SEE TUITION, PAGE 10 SEE LUNCH, PAGE 10 I think using these lists in conjunction with each other is the best way to shop for the right college.David Soto Princeton Review college rankings and ratings director

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News Today Subscription Rates: One Semester (Fall or Spring) $18 Summer Semester $10 Two Semesters (Fall or Spring) $35 Full Year (All Semesters) $40The Independent Florida Alligator is a student newspaper serving the University of Florida, pubThe Alligator The Alligator is The Alligator VOLUME 106 ISSUE 49 ISSN 0889-2423 The Alligator The Alligator 2, ALLIGATOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2011 TODAYFORECASTRAIN 76/54 PARTLY CLOUDY 75/54 PARTLY CLOUDY 74/58 PARTLY CLOUDY 77/53 PARTLY CLOUDY 83/63 WHATS HAPPENINGGay Movie Night Strapped Today, 7:30 p.m. Pride Community Center 3131 NW 13th St. A handsome young hustler learns about life and love dur ing a sex-filled odyssey in an apartment building filled with strange inhabitants. The film is free with a $2 donation for snacks. Find more information at http://gainesvillepride.org/ gaymovienight.php. Angels & Devils Autism Fundraiser Dance and Costume Party Today, 7:30 p.m. to midnight Gainesville Dance and Music Association 308 W University Ave. Be an angel for autism but a devil on the dance floor. Come out for a night of scary fun and help raise money for the UF Center for Autism & Related Disabilities. Two-time U.S. Open Swing champion Patti Jobst will be teaching an hourlong lesson at 7:30 p.m. for $5, followed by a night of dancing for a minimum donation of $10. There will also be Halloween costume contests with prizes for the scariest, funniest and most inventive costumes. Michael Feinstein. Five of his songs will be featured in George Clooneys upcoming film The Descendants. Student tickets are $12. Visit performingarts. ufl.edu for more information. Got something going on? Want to see it in this space? Send an email with Whats Happening in the subject line to jflechas@alligator.org. To ensure publication in the next days newspaper, please submit the event before 5 p.m. Please model your submissions after above events. Improperly for matted Whats Happening submissions may not appear in the paper. Press releases will not appear in the paper. Exhale with MCDA & Gator Nights Today, 9 to 11 p.m. Orange & Brew Exhale is an open-mic poetry night that aims to get people excited about poetry in all its various forms. The event commences with an openmic session that leads into a performance by featured guest artist Beau Sia. If you are interested in performing during the open-mic session, sign-ups are right before the event so please show up early. See www.ufakmonth. com for more information. Slack key guitarist Jeff Peterson to perform at Phillips Center Sunday, 2 p.m. Squitieri Studio Theatre (inside the Phillips Center) Maui native Jeff Peterson has contributed to two Grammywinning albums and worked with artists such as Eric Clapton, James Galway and TUESDAY MONDAY SUNDAY SATURDAY

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4, ALLIGATOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2011 HE SENT A MEMO TO GOV. RICK SCOTT. JOEY FLECHAS Alligator Staff Writer UF President Bernie Machen has made a few suggestions to Gov. Rick Scott about how address accountability at UF. Machen sent a memo to Scott in September, shared with administrators Thursday, that outlined some of Machens ideas. Among those ideas, he suggested using the number of UF businesses that spin off and the number of graduates in science, technology, engineering and math to measure achievement among national peers. My goal was to provide some essential information and begin a dialogue with the Machen wrote. The memo was released this after a public records request. Machen mentioned proposals heralded by Texas Gov. Rick Perry, which include emphasizing student evaluations when assessing teachers performance. He wrote that aspects of the plan are already being used in UFs teaching evaluations. Teaching is evaluated annually using student and peer of good teaching is required for Machen addresses accountability at UFPHILANTHROPY MARY ANNE EADES Alligator Contributing Writer Three little pigs ran ahead of their parents toward the pirate ship, Alpha Delta Pis decorated house. The children, dressed in Halloween costumes, attended Ghouls, Goblins and Greeks, an annual event held on Sorority Row on Thursday. The 16 Panhellenic sororities decorated their houses using themes for children of all ages to come trick-or-treat in a safe environment. About 800 people attended. Its a great idea for the Greeks Tara Andirson, mother of two of the little pigs. Its safer than just going door to door, and its not just collecting candy; there are games First-year members of the sororities created and operated all of the decorations, costumes and games. We want our new members to be philanthropic, and through events like this, were instilling Emily Burris, 20, director of Junior Panhellenic. to the event this year was that the space to decorate on Norman Field. only a few feet of space in the Sorority Row parking lot. The change was made to give the off-row houses a better chance to compete with the other houses in the traditional theme contest. All the houses are really festive with great themes, and the kids are tany Banta, 21, a nursing senior. Were really impressed, and its going to be hard to decide on a winThe houses were judged based games, theme and spirit. Sigma Kappas theme was Scooby Doo and Sigma Kappa characters from the cartoon. Kids recognized Daphne, Shaggy, Fred and the others. They begged for pictures while fog machines created a creepy atmosphere. Scooby Doo is a theme that boys and girls of all ages can relate old anthropology and history sophomore. According to the judges, she was right on all counts. Sigma Kappa won the Best All his bag stuffed with candy. Kids trick-or-treat on Sorority Row Its safer than just going door to door, and its not just collecting candy; there are games for the kids to play.Tara Andirsonmother

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BRITTANY ANN MORRISEYAlligator Contributing WriterMegan Smith was tied to a chair screaming for help in the Broward Hall basement on Thursday night. Her screams could be heard echoing into the Broward lobannual Haunted Broward, advertised as the largest haunted house on campus. Smith, 18, an animal sciences freshman, was one of the actors this year. She credits her mom with her interest in creepy things. She got me into a lot of horror stuff, Smith said. This years theme was the horror movie franchise Saw. Organizers received about $465 for the event, said Nicole La Hoz, 20, a publicity director for the event and a journalism junior. The Inter-Residence Hall Association provided about $265. Rawlings Area Council and Broward Area Council provided about $200. The house was created with 90 pounds of tarp, fake body parts, about 30 Jigsaw masks and red paint, La Hoz said. At the beginning of the haunted maze, people walked to the Broward basement to watch a 40-second video. Jigsaw, a masked character from Saw, said: Welcome to Broward. Get ready to play a game. Tour guides then led the groups through a maze of black tarps that concealed actors with Jigsaw and Pigman masks waiting to jump out at any moment. Some of the scenes recreated by the actors included a scene from Saw I where a man saws off his foot and a scene from Saw IV where a womans hair is pulled by a winch. People then traveled through a maintenance tunnel that had black trash bags hanging from the ceiling. Fake body parts protruded from the bags. were released from Broward and back into the night. Korie Padgett, an 18-year-old psychology freshman, attended the event with some of her friends. I had my eyes closed the whole time, Padgett said. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2011 ALLIGATOR, 5 Aundre Larrow / Alligator StaffZoology junior Kristina Wilson, 20, screams as her scalp is being torn off in a makeshift hair trap at the Haunted Broward event Thursday night. Students get spooked at Broward Halls haunted houseHALLOWEEN

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Reader responseVote or post a message at www.alligator.orgThe views expressed here are not necessarily those of the Alligator .The Alligator will be withheld if the writer shows just cause. We reserve the right to edit for length, grammar, style and libel. Send letters to letters@alligator.org, bring them to 1105 W. University Ave., or send them to P.O. Box 14257, Gainesville, FL 32604-2257. Columns of about 450 words about original topics and editorial cartoons are also welcome. Questions? Call 352-376-4458. Column EditorialFRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2011 WWW.ALLIGATOR.ORG/OPINIONS Elizabeth Behrman EDITOR Joey Flechas MANAGING EDITOR Justin Hayes OPINIONS EDITOR92 TOTAL VOTES62% YES 38% NOTodays question: Do you consider UF a jock school? Thursdays question: Will you have to pay off student loans after you graduate?Halloween is the best holiday ever. No family, no annoying caroling and no fruitcake. Plus, you get to dress up as your favorite superhero, villain or monster and, for the ladies, any sexy insert profession here. Oh yeah, theres candy, too. But a common feature of Halloween is often left out. When kids say trick or treat, rarely are they treated with a trick. This brings us to our scare-some-kids-and-keepthe-candy-for-yourself edition of... Darts and LaurelsHalloween is all about having a good costume. Thats why were throwing a dont-be-so-uptight DART to Ohio Universitys Students Teaching About Racism in Society for their Were a culture, not a costume ad campaign. Yes, sometimes costumes can go too far, but stereotypes have always been a subject of comedy. If we cant laugh at ourselves, can we really laugh at anything else? Thanks to the recipient of our next award, we hope we can keep the kids safe on Halloween. Thats why were giving a pissing-off-the-perverts LAUREL to Anonymous for bringing down about 40 child pornography websites and releasing the usernames of the creepy, screwed-up people who use them. Next, we throw a way-to-spoil-the-Halloween-fun DART to Boca Raton who usually goes all out for Halloween, $1,000 if children perform a rendition of Michael Jacksons Thriller in front of his house. The city argues that advertising this perfor mance constitutes as commercial activity and has no place in a residential neighborhood. Thirty dancers, aged 7 to 18, have been practicing for the past six months for this perfor mance. But, youre right Boca Raton. You know best! In other news, we give a 2008-doesnt-look-so-bad-now LAUREL to Hillary Clinton for doing better than President Obama in the latest Time magazine head-to-head polls against GOP candidates. Clinton royally punishes Mitt Romney at 55 to 38 percent. Its not too late to throw your hat in the race. with-your-time DART to The New York Times for senda trademark infringement. The Times apparently has a created a blog called Parentlode. If the Times wanted to prevent people from drawing inspiration from its website, they would be shutting down websites all over the Inter net. Chill out! Finally, we present a representing-the-vertically-challenged-everywhere LAUREL to Jayson Carter, a 4-foot-9 walk-on of Rice Universitys football team. Go get em, man! Have a fun and safe Halloween weekend, and be sure to check back next week! Now more than ever, Americans have been questioning the importation of foreign labor. With the illegal immigration issue heating up, conversations of ethics, morals and rationale have mixed together to form a complex debate. cantly, and our status as one of the key players on the international stage is threatened. Maybe were not quite ready to admit to our slow loss of international control, but we cant get caught lagging behind. Recently, the Senate has proposed a bill that will increase the yearly cap on H-1B work visas. The most substantial part of the bill is the category that would lead to an automatic green card for any foreign student who earns a masters degree in engineering or the physical sciences at a U.S. university. Essentially, we are inviting foreign students to join our academic institutions without having to worry about a complex green card process. Of course, any foreign student who is accepted into an American university is the best of the best. These students would bolster our countrys competitive drive, make our to improve our existing foundations. Despite these clear advantages, many people strongly oppose the welcoming country. The argument is that foreign entrepreneurs pose a threat to American engineers and other programmers who fear being replaced. With a faltering economy and scarcity needs? While we certainly want to boast and emphasize American intelligence, we cant forget that America as a whole is falling behind, especially in the education sector. can take on the tasks that a technical job market demands. level perspective. The goal of the H-1B bill isnt to deprive Americans of job opportunities. In fact, many foreign students perform tasks that American students are unwilling to do, usually because the stipend is too low. But for foreign students coming from impoverished countries, the incentives in America are dreams come true. Not to mention, for eign students come here to help nourish American institutions with their talent and skill sets. American employees. Academic and government studies have demonstrated that foreign employees are often paid less than American employees. The sad truth is that the real motive behind the H-1B bill is not to help foreigners prosper but to exploit them for cheap labor. America needs foreign students and employees in order to excel. Just because our job market is suffering today doesnt mean we should prevent foreigners from coming to our country, especially when they can help us achieve farreaching goals. The H-1B bill will initiate efforts to bring in the workforce that we need. Moreover, by providing green cards to foreign entrepreneurs, US companies will no longer have to address the concerns of foreign-born workers who are often stuck in the middle of a messy and complicated immigration systhe fact that American schools are simply not producing the caliber of students that tech industries demand. For many years now, immigrants have traveled to our country to build their dreams with relentless stamina. In turn, U.S. tech companies have only excelled through the contribution of foreigners who bring innovative and creative ideas to the table ideas that are simply not bred through American education. The H-1B bill will make our economy stronger, and it will challenge the stakeholders to produce domestic workers who are as competent as the foreign ones. Akansha Mishra is a pre-law junior at UF. Her column appears on Fridays. Akansha Mishraletters@alligator.org

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2011 ALLIGATOR, 7 Shaq paid too muchImagine $70,000 in cash. Picture 70,000 $1 bills stacked high, or 7,000 $10 bills or 700 $100 bills. However you want to look at it, its a lot of money. And now imagine your university. Think about your classrooms, your programs, your professors, your equipment, etc. Now think of any problems or shortcomings that $70,000 in cash would help in some way to alleviate. Pretty easy to do, right? Well, $70,000 is how much Accent thought it was appropriate to spend to have a famous NBA basketball player come and entertain 3,200 people at the OConnell Center on Tuesday night for an hour or so. Was it really worth it? Did he really have anything to say that was worth $70,000? Oh, and you are aware, of course, that he is already an extremely wealthy man, right? You have got to be kidding me $70,000! OK, sure, he might inspire people with his life story and his achievements on the basketball court, but that inspiration can be derived from him without actually seeing him in person. About six to seven years ago, Bill Clinton came to speak, and ity. Many people were turned away at the door. His two-hour speech was electrifying, inspirational and informative in so many ways. It was even replayed later on the radio. That felt worth it to the community. I hope that you will encourage Accent to spend your money more wisely and bring in people who are truly speakers and have a message that is meaningful to more people than just a few starstruck sports fans. Anthony Ackrill Gainesville residentLetters to the EditorOn Tuesday, an anti-choice group came to campus. Members were offering DVDs with a cryptic 180 logo on their cases, the contents of which sented itself as a documentary, interviewing people on the street about their views on abortion. There are almost as many viewpoints on abortion as there are people. While I reject the idea that another person should be able to take away my right to have an abortion, I respect those people who would not have an abortion themselves. the interviewees are asked if they have ever heard of Hitler. If you remember the so-called Genocide Awareness Project that set up shop on campus a few years ago, you may recall grotesque images and insulting signs proclaiming that legal abortion was tantamount to the Holocaust. You might remember how these signs did not respect your intelligence and bombarded you with misinformation in the hopes that you would make a snap judgment about an important issue based on emotion alone. right to a safe, legal abortion and the unfathomable human tragedy of the Holocaust are portrayed as one and other infuriating people. Not only are these claims absurd, but they are also offensive to survivors of the Holocaust and their descendants. It is also offensive to the 70,000 women a year who die worldwide after being forced to seek out unsafe, illegal abortions in countries where the procedure is not legally allowed.Abortion is at least 10 times safer than childbirth. Despite efforts to make abortion appear more dangerous by associating it with breast cancer, sterility and mental health issues, repeated studies have shown that these claims do not hold Having worked with Planned Parenthood and womens health clinics locally and nationally, I can tell you that the decision to have an abortion is not taken lightly. The women who cross a line of shouting protesters to access a service allowed to them by law have not made a snap decision. Once they arrive at the clinic, they are still counseled on all of their options, including bringing the fetus to term, adoption and abortion. Should they decide to have an abortion, they are carefully exercising their right to choose. They have that freedom because our nation trusts women to make their own decisions about their own bodies. I dont know about you, but I think that this right falls under the heading of unalienable. Rosemary Daniels is a psychology senior at UF. Guest columnRosemary DanielsSpeaking Out

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8, ALLIGATOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2011 KRISHNA LUNCH AT UF HAS BEEN SERVED FOR 40 YEARS. JULIA GLUMAlligator Contributing WriterThe Krishna community will commemorate the 40th anniversary of Krishna Lunch at UF tonight with a tribute to Beatles member George Harrison, who introduced many to the culture. Here Comes the Sun, a musical and spiritual tribute to Harrison, debuts at 8 p.m. in University Auditorium. We thought this would be a nice way to broaden peoples understanding of the Krishna movement and something people would enjoy, said Carl Woodham, chaplain of Gainesvilles Krishna House. The Krishna House will serve a free hot dinner for ticket holders on the Plaza of the Americas from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Woodham expects 400 to 600 people to attend. Harrison biographer Joshua Greene will host the multimedia presentation of photos and video clips as the Godfrey Townsend Band plays 18 of Harrisons songs. Special guest Bada Haridas will perform Indian devotional music. When Hare Krishna founder Srila Prabhupada visited Gainesville in 1971, he suggested Krishna followers serve food to locals. Since then, Krishna House has served vegetarian and vegan dishes to Each meal requires a $4 donation. Tickets range from $10 to $25, depending on seat location. Students can purchase seats today at Krishna Lunch.Krishna Lunch celebrates birthday with Beatles music ERIN JESTERAlligator WriterUF has altered plans to expand its dental school and will work with two Florida universities that had planned to build their own dental schools. Florida A&M University, which originally requested funds from the state to open its own dental school, will now work with UF to funnel students into UFs dental program, said Karen Rhodenizer, communications director for the College of Dentistry. The University of Central Florida is still going ahead with plans to open its own dental school. If its proposal is approved, UF will provide the school with consulting services, such as help with curriculum development, Rhodenizer said. Initial plans for the College of Dentistry to expand by 80 students and to renovate the 40-yearold dental science building were announced at the Sept. 14 Board of Governors meeting. The new proposal seeks to expand by 48 students over four years, or 12 students per year. UF and FAMU have submitted one proposal together to the Board of Governors. UCF will submit its own proposal. Rhodenizer said the board is expected to vote on the proposals during its meeting on November 9 and 10. UF and FAMUs proposal requests $2.2 million for renovations to the dental science building, The program would require $5.9 million in recurring funds by its fourth year. UF has tried to secure funding to expand its dental school for several years, Rhodenizer said. Lately, there has been a renewed focus in Florida on improving access to dental care. She said the idea of increasing class size in dental programs has much to do with bringing dentists into under-served areas. There are entire counties with no dentists that will accept patients with Medicaid, she said. The partnership with FAMU also seeks to insion that historically hasnt attracted minority and socioeconomically disadvantaged groups, Rhodenizer said. FAMU may revisit the idea of opening a dental school in the future, she said, but in the current economy, there simply isnt enough money.UF, FAMU to expand dental programsRhodenizer UCF will form own dental school

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2011 ALLIGATOR, 9 THE GROUP HOPES TO GIVE OUT FLIERS IN NOVEMBER. MEREDITH RUTLANDAlligator Staff WriterCatcalling and other acts of sexual harassment have been a problem at Santa Fe College, and the SFC Student Government has formed a task force to combat it. It hopes to raise awareness about the issue in the coming months, but none of the plans have begun yet, said Ashleigh Bennett, SFCs Student Body vice president and chairwoman of the task force. We want to make our presence known, Bennett said. She said an SFC professor brought the issue to the colleges SG after he saw a group of men hanging around the food court, yelling sexual innuendos and swearing at female students and faculty members. The task force hopes to start handing November to spread the word about the consequences of sexual harassment, she said. Bennett said she is working with members of the college administration to She said it would be up to the college and the SFC Police Department to decide whether an offender would be suspended or arrested, and it would depend on the nature of the harassment. If someone is sexually harassed, Bennett said, he or she should report the incident to the college police. Im certain the police department will be involved. To what extent, I dont know, said SFC Police Chief Ed Book. We take the matter seriously.SFC student task force will take on sexual harassmentHEALTH HANA ENGROFFAlligator Contributing WriterAn 8-year-old boy with leukemia has been waiting at Shands for a bone marrow transplant for about 20 months. He just found a match. There are kids like this all over the world, said Christie Atchison, a co-coordinator for the Bone Marrow Donor Drive. And she said On Monday and Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., the Bone Marrow Donor Drive will be swabbing cheeks in three locations on campus: Plaza of the Americas, Turlington Plaza and the Reitz Colonnade. The swabs will be sent to the Gift of Life Bone Marrow Foundation to be analyzed, placed in a database and matched with transplant patients, Atchison said. To register, students must sign a consent form, be in good health and be at least 18. Footprints Buddy and Support Program, UF Hillel and Student Government are partnering to organize the drive for its second year. Footprints is a support program that assigns buddies to children in the oncology, transplant and immunology units of Shands at UF. Most of the children there are waiting for transplants, Atchison said. The theme for this years drive is Gators Go Gold. Gold is the color for childhood cancer awareness. cards and other prizes, she said. Proceeds will go to childhood cancer research.Last year, about 500 people were swabbed at the drive. She said this years goal is to hit 1,000. Atchison said people should not be discouraged from registering if theyre afraid of the actual transplant procedure.Its usually an outpatient procedure, she said. When you donate bone marrow, youre saving a persons life directly, Atchison said. More than likely, youre that persons only chance of living.Bone-marrow-donor registration to be held on campus next week There are kids like this all over the world, Christie Atchisonco-coordinator of Bone Marrow Donor Drive

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citizenship to claim Florida residency. The Department of Education creates rules regarding tuition and residency for the states community colleges, and the Board of Governors does the same for state universities. comment on the case. Victor Yengle, assistant external director for CHISPAS, a UF student organization comgrants rights, said he thinks the issue is outrageous. Its a complete attack on the minority community, said Yengle, a 22-year-old economics junior. Of the 50,116 students enrolled at UF in Fall 2010, 3,957 were considered nonresidents. It is unclear how many of those students may be affected by this lawsuit. To be considered a Florida resident, a student must either be independent and have lived in Florida for a year or be a dependent whose par ents or guardians have lived in Florida for at least a year. Students who do not meet one of these residency renonresident form, lumping them with out-of-state and foreign applicants. Yengle said he thinks the economic decisions by the state. Florida, he said, could more students to go to school and be competitive for highpaying jobs. Especially because some of the students affected by this provision choose not to pur sue higher education at all, costing the state tuition money, he said. These kids are going to be contributing members of society, he said. They will get jobs, earn wages and pay taxes. Why wouldnt you enable them to go to school? UF spokeswoman Janine Sikes said the university could not comment on the issue due to the pending litigation. 10, ALLIGATOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2011 The group does not currently have permission to serve food on campusconsuming animal fat in the form of milk, butter, yogurt and other cow milk products, Bogle wrote in an email. it plans to continue distributing food. Bogle said volunteers were welcomed by students and some faculty. Womens studies sophomore Marla Munro, 19, saw the Vegetar ian Theological Society on Monday on Plaza of the Americas. She doesnt think the society will last. I do not think any other group could ever compete with Krishna Lunch even if they tried, she said. for Business Affairs, which gives off-campus vendors permission to serve on campus, got word of the new society on Wednesday. Because they are distributing on UFs campus, they have to get permission from the vice presidents said Cheryl Wise, an administrative Krishna House volunteers and staff members can serve Krishna Lunch because they accept a $4 donation for each meal. Business Affairs is currently looking into the new society. LUNCH, from page 1 TUITION, from page 1About 4,000 students dont meet requirementsMaggie Powers / AlligatorHorticultural science senior Van Tran, 22, serves salad as a volunteer at Krishna Lunch on Plaza of the Americas on Wednesday. Sikes

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2011 WWW.ALLIGATORSPORTS.ORG Twitter PlugFor live updates from Jacksonville during Saturdays game, follow us on Twitter: @Tomas_Verde, @ WattMatts, @Tyler__Jett and @GregLuca. Podcast Is BackCheck out alligatorSports.org or iTunes today for the latest edition of the alligatorSports Podcast featuring host Greg Luca, staff writer Tyler Jett and FightinGators.coms Cody Jones. the Florida soccer team play South Carolina tonight with the SEC title on the line. See Story on Todays Back Page. Ah, yes. Its that time of year again. You know, the time when the leaves begin to turn (at least up and thousands upon thousands of to Jacksonville for the Worlds Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party and some football game that supposedly takes place. While we here at the alligator Sports Brand Picks Column dont condone binge drinking or wear ing jorts, for that matter after a weekend of not having to work, we long for the chance to kick back, enjoy some hard drinks and watch some football at the Landing. So while we will be enjoying this weekends game from the sober conour columnists who are drunk with differing rage over the Suck for Luck phenomenon debate one of this weekends marquee matchups. Stanford (-7.5) will help Andrew Luck continue his quest to become a Miami Dolphin because ... Speaking of consuming copious amounts of alcohol, Luck isnt trying to mess up his stake as the top pick will be packing up his life and taking his talents to South Beach. Luck and the Cardinal have been on a tear this year, and that wont change against some Hollywood team down the road on Interstate 5. Luck has been methodical this season, even calling his own plays at times. And Stanford seems like the one non-SEC team that can match the physicality of LSU or Bama. Did I mention Luck calls his own plays? The future Hall of Fame quarter back is going to keep up his glorious campaign, kinda like the Dolphins are going to stay strong in their own Picks Column SITE: (cap. ~85,000) KICKOFF: 3:30 p.m., Saturday TV/RADIO: SEE PICKS, P AGE 18 Brett Le Blanc / Alligator S taffFloridas ground game has struggled when defenses have stacked the box, but running back Chris Rainey expects the lanes to open up against Georgia with the return of quarterback John Brantley. KELLY PRICE 215-pound son of a former Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive tackle tries very hard to keep his secrets. in the nation by Rivals.com, walked into the lobby of the Land OLakes High gym wearing red and black, an ambiguous color choice given his offers from FSU, Georgia and Alabama. He had waited nearly a month, keeping his decision under wraps until the Thursday afternoon ceremony presenting him with his U.S. Army All-American Bowl jersey. He said only a few close friends and family decision. Taylor has hung bama, respectively. His principal even said the ceremony was one of the most important announcements in Land OLakes High Schools history. So after Taylor slipped on the blackand-gold All-American jersey, he stepped thanked his loved ones and talked grateAlabama, Penn State, Georgia, FSU and Florida. But I do want to tell you guys this, he started. Once a Gator He stopped, reaching for a Philadelphia Phillies drawstring backpack, No. 1 tight end recruit commits to Florida TYLER JETT Of all the players who pave the way for Chris Rainey, the most important is also the skinniest. Floridas offensive line weighs an average of 300.7 pounds; quar terback John Brantley weighs 219 pounds. But without the redshirt senior, the Gators big men have carried too heavy a burden. Opposing defenses have loading Florida and its rotation of freshman quarterbacks to throw the ball. The Gators have failed to air it out, only adding to the pressure. For Rainey, the running lanes that once looked so wide have pects that to change Saturday, when the Gators (4-3, 2-3 Southeastern Conference) take on the Jacksonville. In particular, Rainey thinks Georgias defense wont be able LSU and Auburn did in Floridas three losses. see a lot of change in the defense if (Brantley) comes back. In the 10 quarters since Brantleys return expected to help UF run gameSEE FOOT, P AGE 18 SEE RECR UIT P AGE 18 lot of change in the defense if (Brantley) comes back.Chris Rainey Taylor

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2011 ALLIGATOR, 17 Alligator File PhotoCenter Azania Stewart (13) said UFs post players can build on last years strong rebounding effort. JOE MORGANAlligator Writer Tennessee was the only Southeastern Conference team to grab more rebounds than Florida last season. However, the Volunteers were not during the 2010-11 season. While the Gators effort in the paint was solid, senior center Azania Stewart believes her position group can do more to win games this season. (We want to) just dominate, Stewwant) to say that we overplayed our opponent. In terms of crashing the boards, Florida was dominant at times last season. In addition to ranking second in the SEC with 1,432 total rebounds, the Gators also trailed only the Volunteers with a plus-4.4 rebounding margin and 4.5 blocks per game. Spearheading those efforts was Stewart, who led UF with 6.1 rebounds and 1.8 blocks per contest. Azania is someone even as a freshman that weve relied on to be someone who is solid, someone whos consistent, Florida coach Amanda Butler said. She wants to be a lot more than just the reliable player or the good defender she really wants to be an impact player. At SEC Media Day on Thursday in Hoover, Ala., Butler said strong post play was essential to her teams success this season. However, it will take more than just Stewart to achieve that. One player that will have to assume an increased role is junior forward Jennifer George. Georges second year in Gainesville saw her rank second on the team with 5.6 rebounds and 1.3 blocks per game coming off the bench. Shes never really taken that responsibility before, senior guard Jordan Jones said. Shes never demanded the ball, shes never said, Hey, Im open give it to me. However, Jones said that George has become more vocal this offseason, letting the guards know when they miss her on scoring opportunities in practice. in the preseason SEC media poll, trailing Tennessee, Georgia, Kentucky, LSU and Vanderbilt. the Gators will have to maintain their rebounding prowess while upping the ante offensively. The teams that dominate the paint, Butler said, are generally going to be successful. Gators looking to dominate down low in 2011 (We want to) just dominate. Azania Stewart UF centerButler says post play essential

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which he struggled opening for about 20 seconds. Uh, he stuttered awkwardly. Hold on. always a Gator. He threw on an orangehis decision public. Taylor called UF tight ends the staff of his decision, he said all the coaches were in a really went crazy, Taylor said. Gerald Christian announce his transfer. Taylor is also I wanted to play football since I knew what football was, Taylor said. My dad always wanted to do it. So (that) and I get to go to Floriing factor, Taylor repeated offense. Past history has shown that the offensive coordinator, Charlie Weis, is going to throw to tight ends, he said. It depends how ready I balls and growing into that every-down blocker. ule: absolutely got to recruit recruits. He said he is currently 11 overall recruit, and St. Petersburg Lakewood High Fowler, Jr., who is currently Oral commitments are nonbinding until a national letter of intent is signed on or after National Signing Day on Feb. 1, 2012. Brantley suffered a high ankle Rainey has squeaked out 92 yards injury, Rainey gained 408 yards That has been the case for all Gators have averaged 2.7 yards before he went down. against Auburn and only touched the ball twice against LSU. LSU, but only received three car ries the next week, with coach lislee had suffered an undisclosed injury. Before the season, coordinator Charlie Weis talked about how excited he was to use Rainey and they would be exhausted at the success was to run the offense through its two fastest players, but neither back is big enough to carry the load against a stacked box. And with Brantley out, Florida was playing with a hand tied behind its back. son not to key on the run. When the Gators went to the air, they rarely succeeded. Quarterbacks Jacoby Brissett and Jeff Driskel yards as Florida averaged with Brantley passing. low guards had to do their jobs. this week. offensive line could still succeed in those situations. How? Rainey said. Just keep pounding the ball. This week, Florida will have push. A 219-pound push. Contact Tyler Jett at tjett@alligator.org 18, ALLIGATOR Brett Le Blanc / Alligator StaffRunning back Chris Rainey (left) has just 92 rushing yards since quar terback John Brantley suffered an ankle injury against Alabama. RECRUIT, from page 16 FOOT, from page 16 UF Fo otball I wanted to play football since I knew what football was.Kent Taylor UF tight end oral commit

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2011 ALLIGATOR, 19 PICKS, from page 16 ML GL TJ MW Georgia at Florida (+3) UGA UGA UGA UGA Stanford at USC (+7.5) STAN USC USC STAN Oklahoma at Kansas State (+13.5) OU OU KST KST Michigan State (+4) at Nebraska MSU MSU MSU MSU Illinois (+5) at Penn State PSU PSU PSU PSU Baylor (+14) at Oklahoma State OKST OKST OKST BAY Clemson at Georgia Tech (+3.5) CLEM GT CLEM CLEM Wisconsin at Ohio State (+7) WISC OSU WISC WISC MD CJ KM TG Georgia at Florida (+3) UF UGA UGA UGA Stanford at USC (+7.5) STAN USC STAN STAN Oklahoma at Kansas State (+13.5) KST OU KST OU Michigan State (+4) at Nebraska NEB NEB NEB MSU Illinois (+5) at Penn State ILL PSU PSU PSU Baylor (+14) at Oklahoma State BAY BAY OKST BAY Clemson at Georgia Tech (+3.5) CLEM GT CLEM CLEM Wisconsin at Ohio State (+7) WISC WISC WISC WISCcampaign. Suck for Luck, baby! TOM GREENUSC (+7.5) will show that Luck isnt the only quarterback whos for real because Matt Barkley is here to comfort all the believers. Luck may be the best quarterback in college football, but no man is a lock to succeed in the NFL. And, by the same token, no one is good enough to win a game on his own. All Stanford has done this season is beat teams it was supposed to beat. The Cardinal hasnt played anyone nearly as good as USC, nor has it played in an environment anything like the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Rams and Colts to battle it out for that coveted No. 1 spot. Plus, with Robert Woods making plays at wideout, the Trojans have the more potent passing game in the here and now, regardless of Lucks Hall of Fame future. Fight on, USC! GREG LUCANow, on to the picks! Mark Whats this button do, cutie? Long, who feigned inter est in a rival services latest media equipment for a chance to your dreams, old man. I seriously hate Jeff Foxworthy Luca, whose disdain for those with maroon-colored collars continued this week when he said, if given the choice, hed rather eliminate all hicks than Please come in, Tyler, Chris Hansen would like you to have a seat over there. Knotted with Tyler is alligatorSports assistant editor Matt The worlds second-largest outdoor cocktail party Watts, who skipped work Monday to go to Jacksonville and watch his Jaguars. Upon waking from his drunken stupor, Watts whined that the game didnt get enough play on SportsCenter. Sorry the Jags rise from sucktastic to pretty damn bad isnt more important than the World Series, bud. record is the Jacksonville Times-Unions Mike Im still just one of the guys DiRocco, who tried to keep his jump to ESPNs evil empire a secret. Mike really hated covering Florida, so he decided the best course of action was to do it more often and for a bigger organization. And, yes, Mike, the rest of us do resent you for it. suming someone is down to procreate with him) with the, um, unique name Smoltzy. Really, Cody? Long live the under achieving 90s-era Braves! tors.coms Kyle Lets all hold hands Maistri, who believes in a utopian society where money doesnt exist and iPads are passed out like Halloween candy. Put down the peace pipe, Kyle. none other than Mr. Toad. Word is Tom met up with his Snow White while touring the Magic Kingdom with his family, only she didnt awake from his kiss; she vomited.

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BRYAN HOLT Alligator Writer Chanel Brown looked around and saw a quiet locker room. Our team hates to lose, she said. The moment took place more this season. questions were raised about the KICKOFF, ALLIGATOR David Carr / Alligator Sophomore setter Chanel Brown said Florida grew as a team after a loss to Tennessee earlier this year. UF has won eight straight since. Streaking Florida trying to avenge sole conference loss to No. 20 Tennessee Our team hates to lose. that.Chanel Brown UF setter THE TEAMS PLAY AT 7 P.M. JOSHUA JURNOVOY Alligator Writer tion, but a new spot. hunters rather than the hunted. It lar season. While the Gators won two teams also ida won the most recent matchup, Gamecocks. attention to them, but in the same continue that streak, or else. hot seat. Think back to last season. UF at its lowest point. Contact Greg Luca at gluca@alligator.org. UF has plenty to prove against UGAEND OF GREGULATION Greg Lucatwitter: @gregluca UF Soccer



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KICKOFF INSIDE Floridas annual rivalry switches gears this year as firstyear coach, and Georgia alum, Will Muschamp takes his Gators into Jacksonville to meet the Bulldogs. pg. 2 Quarterback John Brantleys pending return Saturday should open up holes for UFs struggling run game. pg. 16

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MATT WATTS Alligator Sports Writer They moved up and down en masse, a wave of white and red. the air and waving towels in the north end zone, nearly 70 players sideline to celebrate Knowshon Morenos leaping touchdown. Half of the packed stadium in Jacksonville went wild. The other half sat stunned. The move was a motivational ploy from Bulldogs coach Mark Richt, who, after taking the job six years earlier, had won just a single contest against bitter rival Florida. In 2007, Richt said he had had enough. After Moreno scored in the their orders. I told them if they didnt get a score, all of them would be doing early morning runs, said Richt afterward. on to a convincing 42-30 victory against No. 9 Florida. The result of the game didnt have a huge impact, but that act, that unforgettable exploitation would be immortalized. It lives on forever in the lore of one of the greatest rivalries in the history of college football. It lives in the minds of fans, and it rises deep from inside players on Halloween weekend each year. One of the few seniors on the roster who was present that day, defensive tackle Jaye Howard, said he had not seen anything like it. Ive never witnessed that in a football game before and just to see it, was like they dont care about Florida, really, he said. You dont do anything like that. ... Total disrespect. Florida running back Chris Rainey, who watched the Bulldogs smile and gloat that day, said he will remember it always, even when he sits down decades from now to watch the game. All I can remember of this team is when they were dancing on us, he said. Thats embarrassing. That stays in my head when people do something like that to me. For all the similarities Will Muschamp shares with his predecessors, completely different when it comes to rivalry games. In the week before a matchup traditional foe, Muschamp and his players didnt want to talk about history. They didnt want to talk about the Volunteers and what the game meant to them. Instead, the talking point all week was nameless, faceless, meaning Florida was approaching each opponent the same each week. No team deserved special preparation, or merited extra motivation. Its a very important game; we dont need to tell our players that, Muschamp said in September. They come to play at a place like Florida to play in a game like this. Thats why we approach it that way. That measured and calculated method continued against top-ranked teams like Alabama and LSU. But after losses in those games, followed by another on the road against Auburn, things have Stadium. Inside the building that houses the same team that has denounced big game after big game all season, one highlight has been played on loop. Theyve been showing [the celebration replay from 2007] all throughout the building the last few days and all during the off week, Howard said. What began as motivation for a downtrodden pack of Dawgs has become the driving force for a desThats something Urban Meyer or Steve Spurrier would have done. Both were known for the importance gia, Tennessee and Florida State. Spurrier once said the Floridaduring his Heisman season of 1966, Spurrier held a special hatred for a home-and-home format for two years in the mid-90s, Spurrier boasted about scoring 50-plus points beThats what we wanted to do, he said. This may be the only time in our lifetime that Florida plays here, so we wanted to make it memAfter The Stomp, Meyer was the same way. He became entrenched in the rivalry. A year later, with less than a minry, Meyer called two time outs, forcing the Bulldogs and all their fans to endure the loss for just a little longer. The rivalry between two of the souths most prestigious and historic institutions is so contentious The Bulldogs say 1904, while the For Muschamp, it started in 1991, safety. For four straight seasons, Muschamps Bulldogs lost to Spurriers cheering for Florida became a man Now, 20 years later, he is the head coach of the team he rooted for as a child and despised, at least by association, as a young adult. Enteam, Muschamp says none of that matters. I know there will be a lot of wasted ink on the fact that I played gia, he said Monday. Wherever I played has no bearing on this game at all. Every game is important; theyre all important games. Its a SEC East opponent, its a big rival, its important to the University of Florida, so its important to me. Others arent so sure the game wont mean more to Muschamp. He wont know until the game is played in my opinion, Richt said this week. If it does in fact hold a special place for him, Muschamp wont admit it publicly. Hes trying to build a reputation as a tactician, focusing than motivation and emotion. But even Muschamp had to admit that Saturdays showdown is a little more juice involved in the game, Muschamp said. This is one of the great rivalries in all of sports. All the hype, all the buildup manifests on the bus ride in. Frankie Hammond, a junior wide receiver, had been told about coming across the Hart Bridge in Jacksonville, looking down and seeing the metropolis of RVs, the sea of red and black and orange and blue. Still, he said, Until you experience it yourself, you dont really know what to expect. The gathering of two fan bases in one place, the view from above, its a spectacle. You get charged when you come over that bridge, and you see all the RVs, the passion and the tradition of the game, Muschamp said. You get goosebumps talking about it. But stepping off the bus, the pageantry dissolves, and all thats left is the game to be played, the history to be made. Theres a new coach etching his name into the books this year, and although he takes a different approach than those who came before him, some things never change. Commings put it: We dont like them, and they dont like us. Contact Matt Watts at mwatts@alligator.org. Editor Tom Green Assistant Editor Matt Watts Cover Illustration Dana Burke and Matt Watts Alligator Friday, October 28, 2011KICKOFF UF defense vs. Georgia offense UF offense vs. Georgia defense TE WR CB RT OLB RG DE C LG LT DE LB OLB WR CB QB RB SS FS John Brantley Chris Rainey Sanders Commings Bacarri Rambo Deonte Thompson Tavarres King Marcus Roberson Cody Riggs Jelani Jenkins Matt Elam DeAnte Saunders Jon Bostic Lerentee McCray Dominique Easley Ronald Powell Sharrif Floyd Jordan Reed Marlon Brown Orson Charles Aaron Murray Isaiah Crowell Andre Debose Branden Smith Jarvis Jones Abry Jones Michael Gilliard Cornelius Washington Deangelo Tyson Brandon Boykin Matt Patchan Cordy Glenn Jon Halapio Dallas Lee Jonotthan Harrison Ben Jones Dan Wenger Chris Burnette Xavier Nixon Justin Anderson TE WR CB RT RG DE C LG DT LT DE OLB MLB OLB WR CB QB RB S S Time for historic rivalry to turn new page FB Trey Burton MLB Alec OgletreeNo Love Lost NG John Jenkins FB Bruce Figgins Jaye Howard DT Alligator File Photo Alligator File Photo Theres no question that theres a little more juice involved in the game. This is one of the great rivalries in all of sports.UF coachCB Jeremy Brown (knee) RT Chaz Green (foot/leg) QB John Brantley (ankle) WR Rantavious Wooten (concussion) WR Malcolm Mitchell (hamstring) OT Austin Long (ankle) LB Alec Ogletree (foot) OUT DOUBTFUL PROBABLE OUT QUESTIONABLE PROBABLE

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VOLUME 106 ISSUE 49 WWW.ALLIGATOR.ORG FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2011 Today We Inform. You Decide.Not officially associated with the University of Florida Published by Campus Communications, Inc. of Gainesville, Florida Students get spooked at Broward Hall haunted houseThe attraction is held in the basement, pg 5. Bone-marrow-donor registration on campus next weekMachen addresses accountability issuesHe sent a memo to Gov. Rick Scott outlining his ideas, pg. 4. The return of quarterback John Brantley should open up lanes for Chris Rainey and the run game against Georgia. See story, Page 16. 82 /63 FORECAST 2 OPINIONS 6 CLASSIFIEDS 12 CROSSWORD 15 SPORTS 16 Rebecca Cox / Alligator Trick-or-TreatMackenzie Mavin, 22 months, trick-or-treats outside the Alpha Chi Omega sorority house at Ghouls, Goblins and Greeks on Thursday. See story, page 4. HIGHER EDUCATION EMILY MORROW Alligator Writer Wendy Ruiz was born and raised in Miami. She has a Florida drivers license and is registered to vote in Florida. She graduated from high school in Miami and decided to go to Miami Dade College to become a podiatrist. It was then she found out that in the eyes of the states public university system, she is not a Florida resident. Because Ruiz is a dependent student whose parents are illegal immigrants, she is not eligible for in-state tuition. The cost of in-state tuition and fees at MiamiDade is about $2,500 a year. For out-of-state students, its about $9,000. At UF, tuition and fees are $5,700 a year for in-state students and roughly $28,000 for out-ofstate students. Last week, the Southern Poverty Law Censuit on behalf of Ruiz and several other students who will challenge the guidelines for determining Florida residency. These are U.S. citizens who are being discriminated against, said Jerri Katzerman, director of educational advocacy for the center. A generation of young people are having to forgo or postpone their education because of this issue. Virginia has similar in-state tuition restrictions. California has the largest estimated illegal immigrant population in the United States with about 2.6 million, according to the Pew Hispanic Center. However, illegal immigrants who graduate from California high schools are eligible for in-state tuition. Florida has the third-largest population, with an estimated 675,000 illegal immigrants. ation college students, Katzerman said. Many of these students, like Ruiz, are forced to enroll part time or take on multiple jobs to afford the higher tuition, she said. Calling the policy unconstitutional, the center is bringing the charges against the Florida Department of Education and the Board of Governors, demanding the removal of the provision requiring a students parents proof of Students denied in-state tuition due to illegal immigrant parents CLARE LENNON Alligator Writer The Princeton Review named UF the nations No. 1 Jock School as part of the companys annual college rankings and ratings. The list is determined by an online student survey, said David Soto, director of college rankings and ratings. UF was the only SEC school in the top 10, although Florida State University came in at No. 10, and Auburn University was ranked No. 11. Ido Zaken, 19, building construction freshball for his fraternity, Tau Epsilon Phi. He said he sees a lot of multicultural groups with teams, too. Soto said he doesnt see the label as a bad thing for UF. I think using these lists in conjunction with each other is the best way to shop for the right college, he said. Schools that scored at the bottom of the list were then ranked at the top of the Dodgeball Target list, Soto said. Those included New College at No. 1, New York University at No. 9 and Rollins College at No. 15. For the 2011 lists, about 122,000 students from the 376 surveyed schools responded. Soto said of the 80 questions on the survey, three were used to determine a schools jock status. Students were asked to separately rate the popularity of intercollegiate sports, intramural sports, and fraternities and sororities on a oneity. VEGETARIAN THEOLOGICAL SOCIETY ALSO SERVES LUNCH. SAMANTHA SHAVELL Alligator Contributing Writer Krishna Lunch might have some competition from a new religious organization that popped up Monday and Tuesday on Plaza of the Americas. The Vegetarian Theological Society vegetarianism and preaches through the distribution of food for $3 donations, said Nitai Bogle, president of the society. However, during the two days volunteers were on campus this week, they distributed more free plates than they received donations. Unlike Krishna Lunch, the society does not support the vegan lifestyle because in the societys philosophical books the human body is meant for Vegetarian group moves in SEE TUITION, PAGE 10 SEE LUNCH, PAGE 10 I think using these lists in conjunction with each other is the best way to shop for the right college.David Soto Princeton Review college rankings and ratings director

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News Today Subscription Rates: One Semester (Fall or Spring) $18 Summer Semester $10 Two Semesters (Fall or Spring) $35 Full Year (All Semesters) $40The Independent Florida Alligator is a student newspaper serving the University of Florida, pubThe Alligator The Alligator is The Alligator VOLUME 106 ISSUE 49 ISSN 0889-2423 The Alligator The Alligator 2, ALLIGATOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2011 TODAYFORECASTRAIN 76/54 PARTLY CLOUDY 75/54 PARTLY CLOUDY 74/58 PARTLY CLOUDY 77/53 PARTLY CLOUDY 83/63 WHATS HHAPPENINGGay Movie Night Strapped Today, 7:30 p.m. Pride Community Center 3131 NW 13th St. A handsome young hustler learns about life and love dur ing a sex-filled odyssey in an apartment building filled with strange inhabitants. The film is free with a $2 donation for snacks. Find more information at http://gainesvillepride.org/ gaymovienight.php. Angels & Devils Autism Fundraiser Dance and Costume Party Today, 7:30 p.m. to midnight Gainesville Dance and Music Association 308 W University Ave. Be an angel for autism but a devil on the dance floor. Come out for a night of scary fun and help raise money for the UF Center for Autism & Related Disabilities. Two-time U.S. Open Swing champion Patti Jobst will be teaching an hourlong lesson at 7:30 p.m. for $5, followed by a night of dancing for a minimum donation of $10. There will also be Halloween costume contests with prizes for the scariest, funniest and most inventive costumes. Michael Feinstein. Five of his songs will be featured in George Clooneys upcoming film The Descendants. Student tickets are $12. Visit performingarts. ufl.edu for more information. Got something going on? Want to see it in this space? Send an email with Whats Happening in the subject line to jflechas@alligator.org. To ensure publication in the next days newspaper, please submit the event before 5 p.m. Please model your submissions after above events. Improperly for matted Whats Happening submissions may not appear in the paper. Press releases will not appear in the paper. Exhale with MCDA & Gator Nights Today, 9 to 11 p.m. Orange & Brew Exhale is an open-mic poetry night that aims to get people excited about poetry in all its various forms. The event commences with an openmic session that leads into a performance by featured guest artist Beau Sia.  If you are interested in performing during the open-mic session, sign-ups are right before the event so please show up early.  See  www.ufakmonth. com  for more information. Slack key guitarist Jeff Peterson to perform at Phillips Center Sunday, 2 p.m. Squitieri Studio Theatre (inside the Phillips Center) Maui native Jeff Peterson has contributed to two Grammywinning albums and worked with artists such as Eric Clapton, James Galway and TUESDAY MONDAY SUNDAY SATURDAY

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4, ALLIGATOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2011 HE SENT A MEMO TO GOV. RICK SCOTT. JOEY FLECHAS Alligator Staff Writer UF President Bernie Machen has made a few suggestions to Gov. Rick Scott about how address accountability at UF. Machen sent a memo to Scott in September, shared with administrators Thursday, that outlined some of Machens ideas. Among those ideas, he suggested using the number of UF businesses that spin off and the number of graduates in science, technology, engineering and math to measure achievement among national peers. My goal was to provide some essential information and begin a dialogue with the Machen wrote. The memo was released this after a public records request. Machen mentioned proposals heralded by Texas Gov. Rick Perry, which include emphasizing student evaluations when assessing teachers performance. He wrote that aspects of the plan are already being used in UFs teaching evaluations. Teaching is evaluated annually using student and peer of good teaching is required for Machen addresses accountability at UFPHILANTHROPY MARY ANNE EADES Alligator Contributing Writer Three little pigs ran ahead of their parents toward the pirate ship, Alpha Delta Pis decorated house. The children, dressed in Halloween costumes, attended Ghouls, Goblins and Greeks, an annual event held on Sorority Row on Thursday. The 16 Panhellenic sororities decorated their houses using themes for children of all ages to come trick-or-treat in a safe environment. About 800 people attended. Its a great idea for the Greeks Tara Andirson, mother of two of the little pigs. Its safer than just going door to door, and its not just collecting candy; there are games First-year members of the sororities created and operated all of the decorations, costumes and games. We want our new members to be philanthropic, and through events like this, were instilling Emily Burris, 20, director of Junior Panhellenic. to the event this year was that the space to decorate on Norman Field. only a few feet of space in the Sorority Row parking lot. The change was made to give the off-row houses a better chance to compete with the other houses in the traditional theme contest. All the houses are really festive with great themes, and the kids are tany Banta, 21, a nursing senior. Were really impressed, and its going to be hard to decide on a winThe houses were judged based games, theme and spirit. Sigma Kappas theme was Scooby Doo and Sigma Kappa characters from the cartoon. Kids recognized Daphne, Shaggy, Fred and the others. They begged for pictures while fog machines created a creepy atmosphere. Scooby Doo is a theme that boys and girls of all ages can relate old anthropology and history sophomore. According to the judges, she was right on all counts. Sigma Kappa won the Best All his bag stuffed with candy. Kids trick-or-treat on Sorority Row Its safer than just going door to door, and its not just collecting candy; there are games for the kids to play.Tara Andirsonmother

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BRITTANY ANN MORRISEYAlligator Contributing WriterMegan Smith was tied to a chair screaming for help in the Broward Hall basement on Thursday night. Her screams could be heard echoing into the Broward lobannual Haunted Broward, advertised as the largest haunted house on campus. Smith, 18, an animal sciences freshman, was one of the actors this year. She credits her mom with her interest in creepy things. She got me into a lot of horror stuff, Smith said. This years theme was the horror movie franchise Saw. Organizers received about $465 for the event, said Nicole La Hoz, 20, a publicity director for the event and a journalism junior. The Inter-Residence Hall Association provided about $265. Rawlings Area Council and Broward Area Council provided about $200. The house was created with 90 pounds of tarp, fake body parts, about 30 Jigsaw masks and red paint, La Hoz said. At the beginning of the haunted maze, people walked to the Broward basement to watch a 40-second video. Jigsaw, a masked character from Saw, said: Welcome to Broward. Get ready to play a game. Tour guides then led the groups through a maze of black tarps that concealed actors with Jigsaw and Pigman masks waiting to jump out at any moment. Some of the scenes recreated by the actors included a scene from Saw I where a man saws off his foot and a scene from Saw IV where a womans hair is pulled by a winch. People then traveled through a maintenance tunnel that had black trash bags hanging from the ceiling. Fake body parts protruded from the bags. were released from Broward and back into the night. Korie Padgett, an 18-year-old psychology freshman, attended the event with some of her friends. I had my eyes closed the whole time, Padgett said. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2011 ALLIGATOR, 5 Aundre Larrow / Alligator StaffZoology junior Kristina Wilson, 20, screams as her scalp is being torn off in a makeshift hair trap at the Haunted Broward event Thursday night. Students get spooked at Broward Halls haunted houseHALLOWEEN

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Reader responseVote or post a message at www.alligator.orgThe views expressed here are not necessarily those of the Alligator .The Alligator will be withheld if the writer shows just cause. We reserve the right to edit for length, grammar, style and libel. Send letters to letters@alligator.org, bring them to 1105 W. University Ave., or send them to P.O. Box 14257, Gainesville, FL 32604-2257. Columns of about 450 words about original topics and editorial cartoons are also welcome. Questions? Call 352-376-4458. Column EditorialFRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2011 WWW.ALLIGATOR.ORG/OPINIONS Elizabeth Behrman EDITOR Joey Flechas MANAGING EDITOR Justin Hayes OPINIONS EDITOR92 TOTAL VOTES62% YES 38% NOTodays question: Do you consider UF a jock school? Thursdays question: Will you have to pay off student loans after you graduate?Halloween is the best holiday ever. No family, no annoying caroling and no fruitcake. Plus, you get to dress up as your favorite superhero, villain or monster and, for the ladies, any sexy insert profession here. Oh yeah, theres candy, too. But a common feature of Halloween is often left out. When kids say trick or treat, rarely are they treated with a trick. This brings us to our scare-some-kids-and-keepthe-candy-for-yourself edition of... Darts and LaurelsHalloween is all about having a good costume. Thats why were throwing a dont-be-so-uptight DART to Ohio Universitys Students Teaching About Racism in Society for their Were a culture, not a costume ad campaign. Yes, sometimes costumes can go too far, but stereotypes have always been a subject of comedy. If we cant laugh at ourselves, can we really laugh at anything else? Thanks to the recipient of our next award, we hope we can keep the kids safe on Halloween. Thats why were giving a pissing-off-the-perverts LAUREL to Anonymous for bringing down about 40 child pornography websites and releasing the usernames of the creepy, screwed-up people who use them. Next, we throw a way-to-spoil-the-Halloween-fun DART to Boca Raton who usually goes all out for Halloween, $1,000 if children perform a rendition of Michael Jacksons Thriller in front of his house. The city argues that advertising this perfor mance constitutes as commercial activity and has no place in a residential neighborhood. Thirty dancers, aged 7 to 18, have been practicing for the past six months for this perfor mance. But, youre right Boca Raton. You know best! In other news, we give a 2008-doesnt-look-so-bad-now LAUREL to Hillary Clinton for doing better than President Obama in the latest Time magazine head-to-head polls against GOP candidates. Clinton royally punishes Mitt Romney at 55 to 38 percent. Its not too late to throw your hat in the race. with-your-time DART to The New York Times for senda trademark infringement. The Times apparently has a created a blog called Parentlode. If the Times wanted to prevent people from drawing inspiration from its website, they would be shutting down websites all over the Inter net. Chill out! Finally, we present a representing-the-vertically-challenged-everywhere LAUREL to Jayson Carter, a 4-foot-9 walk-on of Rice Universitys football team. Go get em, man! Have a fun and safe Halloween weekend, and be sure to check back next week! Now more than ever, Americans have been questioning the importation of foreign labor. With the illegal immigration issue heating up, conversations of ethics, morals and rationale have mixed together to form a complex debate. cantly, and our status as one of the key players on the international stage is threatened. Maybe were not quite ready to admit to our slow loss of international control, but we cant get caught lagging behind. Recently, the Senate has proposed a bill that will increase the yearly cap on H-1B work visas. The most substantial part of the bill is the category that would lead to an automatic green card for any foreign student who earns a masters degree in engineering or the physical sciences at a U.S. university. Essentially, we are inviting foreign students to join our academic institutions without having to worry about a complex green card process. Of course, any foreign student who is accepted into an American university is the best of the best. These students would bolster our countrys competitive drive, make our to improve our existing foundations. Despite these clear advantages, many people strongly oppose the welcoming country. The argument is that foreign entrepreneurs pose a threat to American engineers and other programmers who fear being replaced. With a faltering economy and scarcity needs? While we certainly want to boast and emphasize American intelligence, we cant forget that America as a whole is falling behind, especially in the education sector. can take on the tasks that a technical job market demands. level perspective. The goal of the H-1B bill isnt to deprive Americans of job opportunities. In fact, many foreign students perform tasks that American students are unwilling to do, usually because the stipend is too low. But for foreign students coming from impoverished countries, the incentives in America are dreams come true. Not to mention, foreign students come here to help nourish American institutions with their talent and skill sets. American employees. Academic and government studies have demonstrated that foreign employees are often paid less than American employees. The sad truth is that the real motive behind the H-1B bill is not to help foreigners prosper but to exploit them for cheap labor. America needs foreign students and employees in order to excel. Just because our job market is suffering today doesnt mean we should prevent foreigners from coming to our country, especially when they can help us achieve farreaching goals. The H-1B bill will initiate efforts to bring in the workforce that we need. Moreover, by providing green cards to foreign entrepreneurs, US companies will no longer have to address the concerns of foreign-born workers who are often stuck in the middle of a messy and complicated immigration systhe fact that American schools are simply not producing the caliber of students that tech industries demand. For many years now, immigrants have traveled to our country to build their dreams with relentless stamina. In turn, U.S. tech companies have only excelled through the contribution of foreigners who bring innovative and creative ideas to the table ideas that are simply not bred through American education. The H-1B bill will make our economy stronger, and it will challenge the stakeholders to produce domestic workers who are as competent as the foreign ones. Akansha Mishra is a pre-law junior at UF. Her column appears on Fridays. Akansha Mishraletters@alligator.org

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2011 ALLIGATOR, 7 Shaq paid too muchImagine $70,000 in cash. Picture 70,000 $1 bills stacked high, or 7,000 $10 bills or 700 $100 bills. However you want to look at it, its a lot of money. And now imagine your university. Think about your classrooms, your programs, your professors, your equipment, etc. Now think of any problems or shortcomings that $70,000 in cash would help in some way to alleviate. Pretty easy to do, right? Well, $70,000 is how much Accent thought it was appropriate to spend to have a famous NBA basketball player come and entertain 3,200 people at the OConnell Center on Tuesday night for an hour or so. Was it really worth it? Did he really have anything to say that was worth $70,000? Oh, and you are aware, of course, that he is already an extremely wealthy man, right? You have got to be kidding me $70,000! OK, sure, he might inspire people with his life story and his achievements on the basketball court, but that inspiration can be derived from him without actually seeing him in person. About six to seven years ago, Bill Clinton came to speak, and ity. Many people were turned away at the door. His two-hour speech was electrifying, inspirational and informative in so many ways. It was even replayed later on the radio. That felt worth it to the community. I hope that you will encourage Accent to spend your money more wisely and bring in people who are truly speakers and have a message that is meaningful to more people than just a few starstruck sports fans. Anthony Ackrill Gainesville residentLetters to the EditorOn Tuesday, an anti-choice group came to campus. Members were offering DVDs with a cryptic 180 logo on their cases, the contents of which sented itself as a documentary, interviewing people on the street about their views on abortion. There are almost as many viewpoints on abortion as there are people. While I reject the idea that another person should be able to take away my right to have an abortion, I respect those people who would not have an abortion themselves. the interviewees are asked if they have ever heard of Hitler. If you remember the so-called Genocide Awareness Project that set up shop on campus a few years ago, you may recall grotesque images and insulting signs proclaiming that legal abortion was tantamount to the Holocaust. You might remember how these signs did not respect your intelligence and bombarded you with misinformation in the hopes that you would make a snap judgment about an important issue based on emotion alone. right to a safe, legal abortion and the unfathomable human tragedy of the Holocaust are portrayed as one and other infuriating people. Not only are these claims absurd, but they are also offensive to survivors of the Holocaust and their descendants. It is also offensive to the 70,000 women a year who die worldwide after being forced to seek out unsafe, illegal abortions in countries where the procedure is not legally allowed.Abortion is at least 10 times safer than childbirth. Despite efforts to make abortion appear more dangerous by associating it with breast cancer, sterility and mental health issues, repeated studies have shown that these claims do not hold Having worked with Planned Parenthood and womens health clinics locally and nationally, I can tell you that the decision to have an abortion is not taken lightly. The women who cross a line of shouting protesters to access a service allowed to them by law have not made a snap decision. Once they arrive at the clinic, they are still counseled on all of their options, including bringing the fetus to term, adoption and abortion. Should they decide to have an abortion, they are carefully exercising their right to choose. They have that freedom because our nation trusts women to make their own decisions about their own bodies. I dont know about you, but I think that this right falls under the heading of unalienable. Rosemary Daniels is a psychology senior at UF. Guest columnRosemary DanielsSpeaking Out

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8, ALLIGATOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2011 KRISHNA LUNCH AT UF HAS BEEN SERVED FOR 40 YEARS. JULIA GLUMAlligator Contributing WriterThe Krishna community will commemorate the 40th anniversary of Krishna Lunch at UF tonight with a tribute to Beatles member George Harrison, who introduced many to the culture. Here Comes the Sun, a musical and spiritual tribute to Harrison, debuts at 8 p.m. in University Auditorium. We thought this would be a nice way to broaden peoples understanding of the Krishna movement and something people would enjoy, said Carl Woodham, chaplain of Gainesvilles Krishna House. The Krishna House will serve a free hot dinner for ticket holders on the Plaza of the Americas from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Woodham expects 400 to 600 people to attend. Harrison biographer Joshua Greene will host the multimedia presentation of photos and video clips as the Godfrey Townsend Band plays 18 of Harrisons songs. Special guest Bada Haridas will perform Indian devotional music. When Hare Krishna founder Srila Prabhupada visited Gainesville in 1971, he suggested Krishna followers serve food to locals. Since then, Krishna House has served vegetarian and vegan dishes to Each meal requires a $4 donation. Tickets range from $10 to $25, depending on seat location. Students can purchase seats today at Krishna Lunch.Krishna Lunch celebrates birthday with Beatles music ERIN JESTERAlligator WriterUF has altered plans to expand its dental school and will work with two Florida universities that had planned to build their own dental schools. Florida A&M University, which originally requested funds from the state to open its own dental school, will now work with UF to funnel students into UFs dental program, said Karen Rhodenizer, communications director for the College of Dentistry. The University of Central Florida is still going ahead with plans to open its own dental school. If its proposal is approved, UF will provide the school with consulting services, such as help with curriculum development, Rhodenizer said. Initial plans for the College of Dentistry to expand by 80 students and to renovate the 40-yearold dental science building were announced at the Sept. 14 Board of Governors meeting. The new proposal seeks to expand by 48 students over four years, or 12 students per year. UF and FAMU have submitted one proposal together to the Board of Governors. UCF will submit its own proposal. Rhodenizer said the board is expected to vote on the proposals during its meeting on November 9 and 10. UF and FAMUs proposal requests $2.2 million for renovations to the dental science building, The program would require $5.9 million in recurring funds by its fourth year. UF has tried to secure funding to expand its dental school for several years, Rhodenizer said. Lately, there has been a renewed focus in Florida on improving access to dental care. She said the idea of increasing class size in dental programs has much to do with bringing dentists into under-served areas. There are entire counties with no dentists that will accept patients with Medicaid, she said. The partnership with FAMU also seeks to insion that historically hasnt attracted minority and socioeconomically disadvantaged groups, Rhodenizer said. FAMU may revisit the idea of opening a dental school in the future, she said, but in the current economy, there simply isnt enough money.UF, FAMU to expand dental programsRhodenizer UCF will form own dental school

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2011 ALLIGATOR, 9 THE GROUP HOPES TO GIVE OUT FLIERS IN NOVEMBER. MEREDITH RUTLANDAlligator Staff WriterCatcalling and other acts of sexual harassment have been a problem at Santa Fe College, and the SFC Student Government has formed a task force to combat it. It hopes to raise awareness about the issue in the coming months, but none of the plans have begun yet, said Ashleigh Bennett, SFCs Student Body vice president and chairwoman of the task force. We want to make our presence known, Bennett said. She said an SFC professor brought the issue to the colleges SG after he saw a group of men hanging around the food court, yelling sexual innuendos and swearing at female students and faculty members. The task force hopes to start handing November to spread the word about the consequences of sexual harassment, she said. Bennett said she is working with members of the college administration to She said it would be up to the college and the SFC Police Department to decide whether an offender would be suspended or arrested, and it would depend on the nature of the harassment. If someone is sexually harassed, Bennett said, he or she should report the incident to the college police. Im certain the police department will be involved. To what extent, I dont know, said SFC Police Chief Ed Book. We take the matter seriously.SFC student task force will take on sexual harassmentHEALTH HANA ENGROFFAlligator Contributing WriterAn 8-year-old boy with leukemia has been waiting at Shands for a bone marrow transplant for about 20 months. He just found a match. There are kids like this all over the world, said Christie Atchison, a co-coordinator for the Bone Marrow Donor Drive. And she said On Monday and Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., the Bone Marrow Donor Drive will be swabbing cheeks in three locations on campus: Plaza of the Americas, Turlington Plaza and the Reitz Colonnade. The swabs will be sent to the Gift of Life Bone Marrow Foundation to be analyzed, placed in a database and matched with transplant patients, Atchison said. To register, students must sign a consent form, be in good health and be at least 18. Footprints Buddy and Support Program, UF Hillel and Student Government are partnering to organize the drive for its second year. Footprints is a support program that assigns buddies to children in the oncology, transplant and immunology units of Shands at UF. Most of the children there are waiting for transplants, Atchison said. The theme for this years drive is Gators Go Gold. Gold is the color for childhood cancer awareness. cards and other prizes, she said. Proceeds will go to childhood cancer research.Last year, about 500 people were swabbed at the drive. She said this years goal is to hit 1,000. Atchison said people should not be discouraged from registering if theyre afraid of the actual transplant procedure.Its usually an outpatient procedure, she said. When you donate bone marrow, youre saving a persons life directly, Atchison said. More than likely, youre that persons only chance of living.Bone-marrow-donor registration to be held on campus next week There are kids like this all over the world, Christie Atchisonco-coordinator of Bone Marrow Donor Drive

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citizenship to claim Florida residency. The Department of Education creates rules regarding tuition and residency for the states community colleges, and the Board of Governors does the same for state universities. comment on the case. Victor Yengle, assistant external director for CHISPAS, a UF student organization comgrants rights, said he thinks the issue is outrageous. Its a complete attack on the minority community, said Yengle, a 22-year-old economics junior. Of the 50,116 students enrolled at UF in Fall 2010, 3,957 were considered nonresidents. It is unclear how many of those students may be affected by this lawsuit. To be considered a Florida resident, a student must either be independent and have lived in Florida for a year or be a dependent whose par ents or guardians have lived in Florida for at least a year. Students who do not meet one of these residency renonresident form, lumping them with out-of-state and foreign applicants. Yengle said he thinks the economic decisions by the state. Florida, he said, could more students to go to school and be competitive for highpaying jobs. Especially because some of the students affected by this provision choose not to pur sue higher education at all, costing the state tuition money, he said. These kids are going to be contributing members of society, he said. They will get jobs, earn wages and pay taxes. Why wouldnt you enable them to go to school? UF spokeswoman Janine Sikes said the university could not comment on the issue due to the pending litigation. 10, ALLIGATOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2011 The group does not currently have permission to serve food on campusconsuming animal fat in the form of milk, butter, yogurt and other cow milk products, Bogle wrote in an email. it plans to continue distributing food. Bogle said volunteers were welcomed by students and some faculty. Womens studies sophomore Marla Munro, 19, saw the Vegetar ian Theological Society on Monday on Plaza of the Americas. She doesnt think the society will last. I do not think any other group could ever compete with Krishna Lunch even if they tried, she said. for Business Affairs, which gives off-campus vendors permission to serve on campus, got word of the new society on Wednesday. Because they are distributing on UFs campus, they have to get permission from the vice presidents said Cheryl Wise, an administrative Krishna House volunteers and staff members can serve Krishna Lunch because they accept a $4 donation for each meal. Business Affairs is currently looking into the new society. LUNCH, from page 1 TUItTION, from page 1About 4,000 students dont meet requirementsMaggie Powers / AlligatorHorticultural science senior Van Tran, 22, serves salad as a volunteer at Krishna Lunch on Plaza of the Americas on Wednesday. Sikes

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ALLIGATOR SERENOLA PINESOff SW 34th St b/t Archer & Williston Rd. Updated units, private courtyards, full W/D avail. 1BR $515, 2BR $595 352-335-0420 12-7-11-32-2 GREAT VALUE WOODLAND TERRACE Off SW 34th St b/t Archer & Williston Rd. Water, sewer, garbage provided. Updated units, private courtyards, RTS stop 1BR $445, 2 BR $545. 352-335-0420 127-11-32-2 1 BR apartment re-let available at Towne Parc for the spring semester. Close to campus, 3 bus routes, & pet friendly! Can sell the non-BR furniture for cheap. Call to come see the place! (570) 878-3827 11-1-5-2 Beautiful Haile Plantation Town House for rent. 2 bdr and 2 and 1/2 Bath. Next to the village center. Jogging trail,walk to restaurants and shops. $800/month. Call 404-323-9338 11-1-11-5-2 Close to UF, $595/month 2BR with 2.5Bathroom townhouse. New floor/paint. Fenced backyard with W/D hookup. 1310 SW 61st, GNV, 32607. Call 352/332-4088 or 352/514-7098 11-10-11-10-2 Dont get stuck with an extra rent payment. Advertise your subleases in the Alligator Classifieds and save yourself some cash. Call 373-FIND. Sublease gets free 32in FLAT SCREEN TV! 1/1 BR in 2/2 Townhouse Apt Spring 2012 Museum Walk Apts. Asking for 627/month Includes furniture, W, E, In, Ca! Walk-In CL Steps from UF Call (305)587-3128 10-3111-3 Roommate Matching HERE Oxford Manor 377-2777 The Landings 336-3838 The Laurels 335-4455 Greenwich Green 372-8100 Hidden Lake 374-3866 12-7-74-4 MASTER Bdrm. PRIVATE BATH, WALK IN CLOSET 708 NW 10th Ave. 5 min to UF. Nice Cabana around Lg Swimming Pool, $570 incl utils, & W/D. Huge space in quiet area. Flexible lease w low sec dp. Call Kristoff 352332-5030 or 514-6180 ready Nov. 1st. 114-11-15-4 STUDENTS NEEDED TOWNHOUSE W/D, clubhouse, pool, gated, parking, on bus route. $350/mo + utils per room. Available December. Call 727-729-1561 11-30-26-4SPACIOUS 2BR/2BA APT.Convenient location to Shands, UF & Butler Plaza. Asking $650/mo. 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Can deliver. 12-7-74-6 BEDROOM SET. 7pc Cherry, Queen/ king bed, dresser w/mirror, 2 nightstands, chests avail. Dovetail const. New, in boxes. Can deliver. Retail $4500, must sell, sacrifice $850 (352) 372-7490 12-7-74-6 SOFA & LOVESEAT 100% Italian leather. Brand new in plastic w/warranty. Retail $1800. Sacrifice $700. Call 352-377-9846 12-7-74-6 FUTON Solid oak mission-style frame w/ mattress. New, in box. $160 332-9899 ___________________________________. DINETTE SET 5pc $120 Brand new in box. Never used. 352-377-9846 12-7-74-6 **BEDS ALL BRAND NEW** **Full $100 Queen $125 King $200** Orthopedic pillow-top sets. Brand name matching sets not used or refurbished. Still in plastic, direct from factory! 352-333-7516. 12-7-74-6 BEDQUEEN New orthopedic pillowtop mattress and boxspring set. Brand name, brand new, still in plastic with warranty. 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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2011 WWW.ALLIGATORSPORTS.ORG Twitter PlugFor live updates from Jacksonville during Saturdays game, follow us on Twitter: @Tomas_Verde, @ WattMatts, @Tyler__Jett and @GregLuca. Podcast Is BackCheck out alligatorSports.org or iTunes today for the latest edition of the alligatorSports Podcast featuring host Greg Luca, staff writer Tyler Jett and FightinGators.coms Cody Jones. the Florida soccer team play South Carolina tonight with the SEC title on the line. See Story on Todays Back Page. Ah, yes. Its that time of year again. You know, the time when the leaves begin to turn (at least up and thousands upon thousands of to Jacksonville for the Worlds Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party and some football game that supposedly takes place. While we here at the alligator Sports Brand Picks Column dont condone binge drinking or wear ing jorts, for that matter after a weekend of not having to work, we long for the chance to kick back, enjoy some hard drinks and watch some football at the Landing. So while we will be enjoying this weekends game from the sober conour columnists who are drunk with differing rage over the Suck for Luck phenomenon debate one of this weekends marquee matchups. Stanford (-7.5) will help Andrew Luck continue his quest to become a Miami Dolphin because ... Speaking of consuming copious amounts of alcohol, Luck isnt trying to mess up his stake as the top pick will be packing up his life and taking his talents to South Beach. Luck and the Cardinal have been on a tear this year, and that wont change against some Hollywood team down the road on Interstate 5. Luck has been methodical this season, even calling his own plays at times. And Stanford seems like the one non-SEC team that can match the physicality of LSU or Bama. Did I mention Luck calls his own plays? The future Hall of Fame quarter back is going to keep up his glorious campaign, kinda like the Dolphins are going to stay strong in their own Picks Column SITE: (cap. ~85,000) KICKOFF: 3:30 p.m., Saturday TV/RADIO: SEE PICKSS, pP AGE 18 Brett Le Blanc / AAlligator SS taffFloridas ground game has struggled when defenses have stacked the box, but running back Chris Rainey expects the lanes to open up against Georgia with the return of quarterback John Brantley. KELLY PRICE 215-pound son of a former Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive tackle tries very hard to keep his secrets. in the nation by Rivals.com, walked into the lobby of the Land OLakes High gym wearing red and black, an ambiguous color choice given his offers from FSU, Georgia and Alabama. He had waited nearly a month, keeping his decision under wraps until the Thursday afternoon ceremony presenting him with his U.S. Army All-American Bowl jersey. He said only a few close friends and family decision. Taylor has hung bama, respectively. His principal even said the ceremony was one of the most important announcements in Land OLakes High Schools history. So after Taylor slipped on the blackand-gold All-American jersey, he stepped thanked his loved ones and talked grateAlabama, Penn State, Georgia, FSU and Florida. But I do want to tell you guys this, he started. Once a Gator He stopped, reaching for a Philadelphia Phillies drawstring backpack, No. 1 tight end recruit commits to Florida TYLER JETT Of all the players who pave the way for Chris Rainey, the most important is also the skinniest. Floridas offensive line weighs an average of 300.7 pounds; quar terback John Brantley weighs 219 pounds. But without the redshirt senior, the Gators big men have carried too heavy a burden. Opposing defenses have loading Florida and its rotation of freshman quarterbacks to throw the ball. The Gators have failed to air it out, only adding to the pressure. For Rainey, the running lanes that once looked so wide have pects that to change Saturday, when the Gators (4-3, 2-3 Southeastern Conference) take on the Jacksonville. In particular, Rainey thinks Georgias defense wont be able LSU and Auburn did in Floridas three losses. see a lot of change in the defense if (Brantley) comes back. In the 10 quarters since Brantleys return expected to help UF run gameSEE FOOT, pP AGE 18 SEE REcrCR UitIT pP AGE 18 lot of change in the defense if (Brantley) comes back.Chris Rainey Taylor

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2011 ALLIGATOR, 17 Alligator File PhotoCenter Azania Stewart (13) said UFs post players can build on last years strong rebounding effort. JOE MORGANAlligator Writer Tennessee was the only Southeastern Conference team to grab more rebounds than Florida last season. However, the Volunteers were not during the 2010-11 season. While the Gators effort in the paint was solid, senior center Azania Stewart believes her position group can do more to win games this season. (We want to) just dominate, Stewwant) to say that we overplayed our opponent. In terms of crashing the boards, Florida was dominant at times last season. In addition to ranking second in the SEC with 1,432 total rebounds, the Gators also trailed only the Volunteers with a plus-4.4 rebounding margin and 4.5 blocks per game. Spearheading those efforts was Stewart, who led UF with 6.1 rebounds and 1.8 blocks per contest. Azania is someone even as a freshman that weve relied on to be someone who is solid, someone whos consistent, Florida coach Amanda Butler said. She wants to be a lot more than just the reliable player or the good defender she really wants to be an impact player. At SEC Media Day on Thursday in Hoover, Ala., Butler said strong post play was essential to her teams success this season. However, it will take more than just Stewart to achieve that. One player that will have to assume an increased role is junior forward Jennifer George. Georges second year in Gainesville saw her rank second on the team with 5.6 rebounds and 1.3 blocks per game coming off the bench. Shes never really taken that responsibility before, senior guard Jordan Jones said. Shes never demanded the ball, shes never said, Hey, Im open give it to me. However, Jones said that George has become more vocal this offseason, letting the guards know when they miss her on scoring opportunities in practice. in the preseason SEC media poll, trailing Tennessee, Georgia, Kentucky, LSU and Vanderbilt. the Gators will have to maintain their rebounding prowess while upping the ante offensively. The teams that dominate the paint, Butler said, are generally going to be successful. Gators looking to dominate down low in 2011 (We want to) just dominate. Azania Stewart UF centerButler says post play essential

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which he struggled opening for about 20 seconds. Uh, he stuttered awkwardly. Hold on. always a Gator. He threw on an orangehis decision public. Taylor called UF tight ends the staff of his decision, he said all the coaches were in a really went crazy, Taylor said. Gerald Christian announce his transfer. Taylor is also I wanted to play football since I knew what football was, Taylor said. My dad always wanted to do it. So (that) and I get to go to Floriing factor, Taylor repeated offense. Past history has shown that the offensive coordinator, Charlie Weis, is going to throw to tight ends, he said. It depends how ready I balls and growing into that every-down blocker. ule: absolutely got to recruit recruits. He said he is currently 11 overall recruit, and St. Petersburg Lakewood High Fowler, Jr., who is currently Oral commitments are nonbinding until a national letter of intent is signed on or after National Signing Day on Feb. 1, 2012. Brantley suffered a high ankle Rainey has squeaked out 92 yards injury, Rainey gained 408 yards That has been the case for all Gators have averaged 2.7 yards before he went down. against Auburn and only touched the ball twice against LSU. LSU, but only received three car ries the next week, with coach lislee had suffered an undisclosed injury. Before the season, coordinator Charlie Weis talked about how excited he was to use Rainey and they would be exhausted at the success was to run the offense through its two fastest players, but neither back is big enough to carry the load against a stacked box. And with Brantley out, Florida was playing with a hand tied behind its back. son not to key on the run. When the Gators went to the air, they rarely succeeded. Quarterbacks Jacoby Brissett and Jeff Driskel yards as Florida averaged with Brantley passing. low guards had to do their jobs. this week. offensive line could still succeed in those situations. How? Rainey said. Just keep pounding the ball. This week, Florida will have push. A 219-pound push. Contact Tyler Jett at tjett@alligator.org 18, ALLIGATOR Brett Le Blanc / Alligator StaffRunning back Chris Rainey (left) has just 92 rushing yards since quarterback John Brantley suffered an ankle injury against Alabama. RECRUIT, from page 16 FOOT, from page 16 UF Fo otball I wanted to play football since I knew what football was.Kent Taylor UF tight end oral commit

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2011 ALLIGATOR, 19 PICKS, from page 16 ML GL TJ MW Georgia at Florida (+3) UGA UGA UGA UGA Stanford at USC (+7.5) STAN USC USC STAN Oklahoma at Kansas State (+13.5) OU OU KST KST Michigan State (+4) at Nebraska MSU MSU MSU MSU Illinois (+5) at Penn State PSU PSU PSU PSU Baylor (+14) at Oklahoma State OKST OKST OKST BAY Clemson at Georgia Tech (+3.5) CLEM GT CLEM CLEM Wisconsin at Ohio State (+7) WISC OSU WISC WISC MD CJ KM TG Georgia at Florida (+3) UF UGA UGA UGA Stanford at USC (+7.5) STAN USC STAN STAN Oklahoma at Kansas State (+13.5) KST OU KST OU Michigan State (+4) at Nebraska NEB NEB NEB MSU Illinois (+5) at Penn State ILL PSU PSU PSU Baylor (+14) at Oklahoma State BAY BAY OKST BAY Clemson at Georgia Tech (+3.5) CLEM GT CLEM CLEM Wisconsin at Ohio State (+7) WISC WISC WISC WISCcampaign. Suck for Luck, baby! TOM GREENUSC (+7.5) will show that Luck isnt the only quarterback whos for real because Matt Barkley is here to comfort all the believers. Luck may be the best quarterback in college football, but no man is a lock to succeed in the NFL. And, by the same token, no one is good enough to win a game on his own. All Stanford has done this season is beat teams it was supposed to beat. The Cardinal hasnt played anyone nearly as good as USC, nor has it played in an environment anything like the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Rams and Colts to battle it out for that coveted No. 1 spot. Plus, with Robert Woods making plays at wideout, the Trojans have the more potent passing game in the here and now, regardless of Lucks Hall of Fame future. Fight on, USC! GREG LUCANow, on to the picks! Mark Whats this button do, cutie? Long, who feigned inter est in a rival services latest media equipment for a chance to your dreams, old man. I seriously hate Jeff Foxworthy Luca, whose disdain for those with maroon-colored collars continued this week when he said, if given the choice, hed rather eliminate all hicks than Please come in, Tyler, Chris Hansen would like you to have a seat over there. Knotted with Tyler is alligatorSports assistant editor Matt The worlds second-largest outdoor cocktail party Watts, who skipped work Monday to go to Jacksonville and watch his Jaguars. Upon waking from his drunken stupor, Watts whined that the game didnt get enough play on SportsCenter. Sorry the Jags rise from sucktastic to pretty damn bad isnt more important than the World Series, bud. record is the Jacksonville Times-Unions Mike Im still just one of the guys DiRocco, who tried to keep his jump to ESPNs evil empire a secret. Mike really hated covering Florida, so he decided the best course of action was to do it more often and for a bigger organization. And, yes, Mike, the rest of us do resent you for it. suming someone is down to procreate with him) with the, um, unique name Smoltzy. Really, Cody? Long live the under achieving 90s-era Braves! tors.coms Kyle Lets all hold hands Maistri, who believes in a utopian society where money doesnt exist and iPads are passed out like Halloween candy. Put down the peace pipe, Kyle. none other than Mr. Toad. Word is Tom met up with his Snow White while touring the Magic Kingdom with his family, only she didnt awake from his kiss; she vomited.

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BRYAN HOLT Alligator Writer Chanel Brown looked around and saw a quiet locker room. Our team hates to lose, she said. The moment took place more this season. questions were raised about the KICKOFF, ALLIGATOR David Carr / Alligator Sophomore setter Chanel Brown said Florida grew as a team after a loss to Tennessee earlier this year. UF has won eight straight since. Streaking Florida trying to avenge sole conference loss to No. 20 Tennessee Our team hates to lose. that.Chanel Brown UF setter THE TEAMS PLAY AT 7 P.M. JOSHUA JURNOVOY Alligator Writer tion, but a new spot. hunters rather than the hunted. It lar season. While the Gators won two teams also ida won the most recent matchup, Gamecocks. attention to them, but in the same continue that streak, or else. hot seat. Think back to last season. UF at its lowest point. Contact Greg Luca at gluca@alligator.org. UF has plenty to prove against UGAEND OF GREGULATION Greg Lucatwitter: @gregluca UF Soccer