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Today We Inform. You Decide.Not officially associated with the University of Florida Published by Campus Communications, Inc. of Gainesville, Florida Conservancy draws 2,500 people for annual celebration of bats. Read the story on page 5. Gator Growl seats to be assigned this yearAssigned seating last occurred in 2009, pg 8. Two injured in car crash on Northwest 13th StreetRead the story at alligator.org.VOLUME 107 ISSUE 48 WWW.ALLIGATOR.ORG MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2012 JOE MORGAN Alligator Staff Writer JACKSONVILLE On Sat67 /42 Georgia game pulls UF students away, punks come out to playFest 11 brought thousands to the city, pg. 8. FORECAST 2 OPINIONS 6 CLASSIFIEDS 10 CROSSWORD 11 SPORTS 13Brett Le Blanc / Alligator StaffTight end Jordan Reed (11) fumbles on Georgias 5-yard line late in the fourth quarter during Floridas 17-9 loss to UGA on Saturday at EverBank Field in Jacksonville. The Gators six turnovers proved costly in the defeat. FLORIDA 9GEORGIA 17 UGA controls SEC EastSEE FOOTBALL, PAGE 16 THE ARREST WAS MADE IN ALABAMA. CHRIS ALCANTARAAlligator Writer Contact Chris Alcantara at calcantara@ alligator.org.Arrest made in bank homicide BROCK SENGAlligator Contributing Writer Early voting brings thousands to polls, continues this weekSEE EARLY, PAGE 4 OUT OF THEIR HANDS The people like to take advanule.Pam Carpenter

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News Today Subscription Rate: Full Year (All Semesters) $100The Independent Florida Alligator is a student newspaper serving the University of Florida, pubThe Alligator The Alligator is The Alligator VOLUME 107 ISSUE 48 ISSN 0889-2423 The Alligator The Alligator TODAYFORECAST2, ALLIGATOR MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2012SUNNY 78/51 SUNNY 78/51 SUNNY 73/51 SUNNY 67/46 SUNNY 67/42 FRIDAY THURSDAY WEDNESDAY TUESDAY WHATS HAPPENING?Theatre Strike Force hosts aMOCKalypse As the world draws to an end in 2012, dont miss Theatre Strike Forces sketch comedy show, aMOCKalypse, reflecting on where our society could have gone wrong. The show is today in the Reitz Union Rion Ballroom, and doors open at 8 p.m. The show is free and food will be provided. Education Under Fire screening Education Under Fire will be screened in the CSE Building, Room 100, today at 6:30 p.m. The film profiles the growth, struggle and inspiring spirit of the Bahai Institute for Higher Education. Bahais in Iran have been subjected to systematic persecution, including arrests, torture and execution, simply for refusing to recant their beliefs. They are also prohibited from going to college and blocked from many professions. OAS Undergraduate Student Coordinator Applications now available The Office of Academic Support Undergraduate Student Coordinators provides peer leadership to OAS Peer item and $8 for two. Drop off ends Tuesday in Weil Hall, Room 207, during office hours. See the logo and more infor mation at www.ewbuf.org. Got something going on? Want to see it in this space? Send an email with Whats Happening in the subject line to skinonen@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 formatted Whats Happening submissions may not appear in the paper. Press releases will not appear in the paper. Mentors, in addition to guidance and motivation to UF students with respect to academic planning and learning strategies. Coordinators help students set goals and attain academic achievements. Undergraduate coordinators serve as student support staff for OAS programs and ser vices. Applications are available on the OAS website. Please visit www.oas.aa.ufl. edu/student-positions.aspx for the forms. There will be an information Monday, and applications are due Nov. 19. Engineers Without Borders screen printing The UF chapter of Engineers Without Borders is screen printing the EWB logo. This is open to all students. Give us the item you want screenprinted including T-shirts, sweatshirts, blankets, etc. and your contact info, then pay at pickup. Its $5 for one

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2012 ALLIGATOR, 3 Alligator File PhotoZombie Attack!Skyler Kern, vice president of Theatre Strike Force, shouts as he runs from other members Oct. 31, 1967 Oct. 30, 1997 Oct. 28, 2009 West. KRISTAN WIGGINS CHRIS ALCANTARAAlligator Writer Contact Chris Alcantara at calcantara@alligator.org.UF fan left with life-threatening injuries after Florida-Georgia

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THE WAREHOUSE HOLDS ABOUT 500,000 ITEMS. JENNA LYONSAlligator Contributing WriterThe line looked like it never ended. It snaked from the doors of the bookto join it. 19-year-old said. 4ALLIGATOR Marjorie Nunez / AlligatorI wish I had a million books, said Lily Mills, 7, before she sat with her brother Hayden, 5, at the Friends of the Library book sale. The sale, which started Saturday and ends Wednesday, raises money for the Alachua County Library District. Friends of the Library book sale raises $80,000 SaturdayCam AMPUS CARA CHIARAMONTEAlligator Contributing Writer as they slammed their hands onto in. said.Young mad scientists experiment at Molecular Mania event ALEXA VOLLANDAlligator Contributing Writer year. said. High school, college students hit booksVote early to avoid lines tee ballot. the ballot ahead of time so he time to read the ballot instead read. The balmore than EaARLY, from page 1 You can buy, like, 100 books for way, way less than retail.Sarah Harrisonpublicity chairE-books contribute to trendObama

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2012 ALLIGATOR, 5 Ryan Jones / AlligatorAn Island Flying Fox bat wraps its wings up for a nap at the Lubee Bat Conservatory during the eighth annual Florida Bat Festival on Saturday. The conservatory houses more than 200 bats. THE FESTIVAL IS THE ONLY TIME WHEN THE PUBLIC IS ALLOWED INTO THE CONSERVANCY. TATILA BROCKAlligator Contributing WriterA bat hung from the cage ceiling, snatching fruit from pumpkin sculptures as admirers stared from below. About 2,500 people attended the Lubee Bat Conservancys eighth annual Florida Bat Festival Saturday. The festival is the only time of year when the public is allowed inside, said Brian Pope, director of the conservancy. The conservancy, located at 1309 NW 192nd Ave., is home to 207 bats, Pope said. The species ranged from fruit bats to the largest species in the world, the Malayan bat, which has a 6-foot wingspan. Visitors looked at tables set up by 26 vendors, ranging from merchandise to animals such as greyhounds, snakes and iguanas, which visitors could pet. Kitty Lane, a 48-year-old Jacksonville resident, came to the festival with her family. Lane, a Florida Invasive Plant Education Initiative and Curriculum employee, said the most interesting display was a diorama that let kids compare their arm length with the wingspan of the worlds largest bat. Kaden Keith, 3, and his family wore Batman shirts to the conservancy. Kaden, who plans to be Batman for Halloween, said he liked learning about the winged creatures. But he really liked the games. I won a bat book, Kaden said. I threw the ball into the cup and got one in. Pope said the conservancy includes family-friendly activities to teach people everyone can know about bats, not just scientists. One of the main goals is to connect with the local community, he said. We want people to come out with their families, have a good time and learn about bats.Conservancy draws 2,500 for annual bat celebration

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Reader responseVote or post a message at www.alligator.orgThe views expressed here are not necessarily those of the Alligator Column Editorial 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 opinions@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.MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2012 WWW.ALLIGATOR.ORG/OPINIONSTodays question: Did you go to Fest? 73% YES 27% NO116 TOTAL VOTESFridays question: Are you excited for this weekend?Freaky Frankenstorm Weve seen worse, but they havent Apparently the East Coast of the United States is about to get completely wiped off the face of the earth. This past weekend, Northerners spent time in bodegas and grocery stores getting prepared for the oncoming storm. Even Kim Kardashian bought a cartload of bottled water. But also, she only bought bottled water. Is that all she needs to survive? Let us put some things into perspective for you, just in case you think Hurricane Sandy is going to decimate anything: Its a Category 1 storm. It is one cat. One cat is not really that much to handle. It needs a little bit of attention and some cuddling every now and then, and then its good to go. The worst hurricane to hit Florida in recent history was Hurricane Andrew. This hit our coast in 1992. Andrew was a CatFirst of all, there will be poop everywhere, no matter what those kitty-litter commercials try to tell you. Imagine trying to ation. Then you have to worry about feeding all of those cats. Wed assume it would take a lot of fuel and energy to keep that many cats going strong. In Andrews case, it cost about $26.5 billion. Thats a lot of catnip. Or fun toys that have feathers on them. Or treats for when they do something in a really cute way. You know, cat stuff. To be fair, states like New York and New Jersey dont normally see a storm of this size. They arent as well prepared for them as Floridians are taught to be. Northern cities started to evacuate some residents as the storm approaches. Nearly 80,000 people who live in Delaware and Atlantic City, N.J., were asked to leave their homes. Sandy will most likely make landfall sometime tonight or early tomorrow morning. Also, this storm has already killed more than 60 people in the Caribbean. A majority of those deaths took place in Haiti, a country still recovering from the last round of strong storms. While its always important to prepare ourselves for an imthat we are not the only ones affected. However, Sandy has the potential to collide with a polar front coming down from the Arctic. Thats why some people are calling that combination of storms a Frankenstorm. Its one-part hurricane plus one-part Arctic front plus one-part full moon. That means its an unusual make a safe week. Frankenstorm is also happening on the week of Halloween, which is super spooky. Did you hear about the earthquakes and tsunami warnings over on the West Coast this weekend? Basically, were starting to see that the world really will end in 2012. Lets make it a good last few months, folks. Exploration, mythology, elephants and artMuch like Snooki from the popular TV program Jerfunctional reality of art. What is arts purpose in the physiological world? We as a race have an adventurous streak. We have gone the top of Everest, the deepest reaches of the rainforest, the world of humanitys collective subconscious mind? Answering this question would require a rigorous discourse covering thousands of years of human history and development, so instead, lets just talk about something fun like elephants. Did I ever tell you the story about the blind men and the elephant? Well, like, there was this great big elephant and these four blind guys were wandering around the forest when they ran into it (the blind guys were in the forest because they were trying to go to Fest, but they took a wrong turn somewhere or something). One of them grabbed the trunk and said, Crap! A snake! One of them felt the leg and said, No, idiot, its an oak tree! One of them touched the point of the tusk and said, Dummkopf! Its the French Foreign Legion! Heres the end of one of their bayonets! The last one didnt say anything because all these guys in the elephants Kool-Aid startled it, so it stomped him to death. I told this story to illustrate a very important point: Elephants are dangerous. You should never grab an elephants trunk because then But how do we know that? Probably because somebody a very long time ago, around the time of the discovery of elephants, tried it. He grabbed the elephants trunk and then a few days later, they found his mangled body in a footprint (reminds me of that The Far Side cartoon with the Thagomizer, named after the late Thag Simmons). So ever since then, its been transmitted to us through artistic representations of people grabbing elephants trunks that this is a bad thing to do. So, is that the purpose of art, or is it just another red herring? Correlation does not imply causality: Just because life often imitates art (which is itself imitating life), that does not mean that arts original purpose was to pass along important messages concerning the very survival of the human race. We need more evidence than just some story I made up about blind men and elephants and people getting trampled to conclude something heavy like that. So lets analyze mythology, the very basis of Western art. Mythologys purpose is twofold (no, providing characters These are: providing lessons on the right way to live (as determined arbitrarily by some drunk Greek guys a long way it is. Baucis and Philemon: Two old people were visited by weary travelers just asking for some good down-home cooking and a place to sleep, so B&P obliged. Well, it turns out that the weary travelers were really Zeus and Hermes in disguise, and so they rewarded Baucis and Philemon by turning them into intertwined trees for eternity. warnings like, Dont feed your twin brother his own sons this have to do with art? In art, we see the disobeying of many core traditions, if our fundamental cores break down. And it usually turns out badly, like it did for the fourth blind man in our earlier story. So, what can we conclude? Why, my friend, that is for you to decide. Im still recovering from Fest. Dallin Kelson is an English senior at UF. His column appears on Mondays.Erin Jester EDITOR Sarah Kinonen MANAGING EDITOR Sami Main OPINIONS EDITOR Dallin Kelsonopinions@alligator.org

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2012 ALLIGATOR, 7 I Sam Mendelson is a columnist for The Eagle at American University.When science enters food, labels are crucial UWireSam MendelsonUWire Diego Garcia is a UF nuclear engineering senior. He is the president of UFs student chapter of the American Nuclear Society. He also serves as a student contributing expert to the Energy Information Center.A conversation about nuclear energy Guest columnDiego GarciaSpeaking Out

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MICHAEL SCOTT DAVIDSONAlligator WriterIllegally loud music, skintight fashion and the ever-present scent of Pabst Blue Ribbon invaded the streets of Gainesville this weekend. sonville for Florida football, about 8,000 self-proclaimed punks were By noon Friday, the volunteer check-in line for Fest 11, a threeday Gainesville punk rock music festival, snaked across the Holiday Inn Gainesville University Centers parking lot, up the buildings stairs Most of the festivals 360 bands had made the hotel their home for the weekend. Attendees without the money or luck to get a hotel room slept in cars, strangers houses and wooded areas in the city. Many went without the luxury of a shower or a change of clothes. Lack of hygiene aside, it was one of the punk communitys mostcoveted weekends, with about 4,000 passes sold. At a pool party on the hotels Mall menthol from his pocket. It was volunteering as a stage manager. He had driven from Tallahassee in his 98 Camry with only the clothes he was wearing and a pair of cutoff shorts, socks and some old Fest shirts in the back seat. I wouldnt miss this for anything, he said. Christmas? Forget that. Near the pools stage, fans crowd surfed through a sea of neon-colored hair, studded denim jackets and cigarette smoke. a wary eye on the crowd. He stood guard at the pools door. No wristband, no entrance. Strangers shouted Happy Fest! to each other as they funneled malt beer in parking lots. Audience members rushed to help fallen crowd surfers. Homeowners opened their doors and backyards so Festers didnt have to sleep in their cars. You may pass over them as just crazy people theyre punks, Durham said. But in all reality, theyre just people, just like you and I and everybody else, that like hardcore music and living the alternative lifestyle. In their hometowns, Festers might be in the minority. But on Halloween weekend, Gainesville belongs to punk rock, progressivism and Pabst Blue Ribbon beer. Festers wander up and down West University Avenue in PBR T-shirts, sipping $1 PBR tall boys from pink PBR koozies and carrybags. Although the corporate-sponvenues, most UF students would handful of names they recognize. A very small percentage of bands do this for a living, Durham said. Theres not enough money in punk rock to sustain yourself. tarist for Orlando-based band You Blew It!, agreed. Fest is a gathering of friends instead of a collection of shows, he said. You come here, and you meet bands, and you meet friends. The days were marathons of drinking, walking and dancing that could last until 5 a.m., only to restart three hours later. Pizza slices, nachos and vegan hot dogs fueled Festers between shows. Ive been on this road 48 hours straight, zero naps, Durham said as he searched for his friends on West University Avenue Friday night. I need my naps. The shows didnt end when the bars closed. Some Gainesville residents hosted late-night performances at their houses, and Festers traded addresses by word-of-mouth, text message and Twitter. 400 people huddled behind a stor age warehouse north of Gainesville. Underneath the yellow glow of two street lamps, You Blew It! played a set powered by a gas generator. The band and two other groups played for about an hour before two police cruisers pulled around the side of the building. Leave, or I will start arresting cruisers PA system. Festers swarmed past the cars. They werent afraid of being ar rested; its how the party ends every year. Besides, there were more shows Sunday afternoon. In the power struggle between punks and police at Fest, there were no clear winners. An unsanctioned show would be shut down, only for another to spring up in a hotel room or garage across town. When a fragmented community assembles, its hard to shut down the music for long. As Festers pulled away from the warehouse, being corralled back into the city, the crisp sound of cymbals could be heard for a few minutes longer. The beat rang out in the still Ocant. Contact Michael Scott Davidson at mdavidson@alligator.org. 8, ALLIGATOR Into It. Over It. performs at a warehouse show located off Northwest 74th Place at 2:30 a.m. Sunday morning. More than 400 Festers showed up for the show. Georgia game pulls UF students away, punks come out to play ASSIGNED SEATING LAST OCCURRED IN 2009. CHRIS KIRSCHNERAlligator Contributing WriterSeating will be assigned at this years Gator Growl on Nov. 9. Gator Growl staff members wrote in a press release issued Friday that all tickets not just those of alumni and the general public, like in previous years will be accompanied by assigned seats. Students have not said Gator Growl producer Samantha Hockenberry. Hockenberry said change was needed because many audience members gave negative feedback after last years event. She said some students would end up sitting in seats assigned to alumni or other audience members, inconveniencing everyone involved. People now dont have to search for a seat, Hockenberry said. They can now go in whenever they would like and just enjoy the show. The staff also decided to hire UF ROTC members to usher students to their correct seats, Hockenberry said. The ushers will not be paid, but organizers will donate $1,500 to the ROTC program. Students wanting to sit with their friends must pick up their tickets together, Hockenberry said. Student organizations have the option to be placed in block seating, just like at football games. Alex Herndon, a 19-year-old recreation and event management sophomore, said assigned seating could help students who cannot get to the event early. The stadium will not be as chaotic anymore with people trying to much more enjoyable experience.Gator Growl seats will be assigned this year KATHRYN VARNAlligator Contributing WriterDexter Veige and his brother, Fletcher, sprawled out on a blanket on Flavet Field Sunday night, eating Lunchables and waiting for Swamp Symphony to start. onstage to kick off the event. Dexter, 3, threw down his Skittles and started dancing to the swing music, his 4-year-old brother following suit. Swamp Symphony, put on by Gator Growl and UF Homecoming, featured UF Fine Arts performance groups, said director Michael Levey. We want to showcase the Fine Arts department because its so great at UF, the 19-yearold telecommunication sophomore said. phony Orchestra, Mens Glee Club, Gospel Choir, University Concert Choir and Agbedidi Africa performed on Flavet Fields stage. Seven Homecoming Education Celebration awards were given to faculty and staff members in between the groups. sor and director of the Center for Womens Studies and Genstanding Faculty Award. The Morrill Act Award went to Department of Agricultural Education and Communication professor Kirby Barrick, the Family Album Radio, and the faculty of the Department of Microbiology and Cell Science. Dexters and Fletchers father, chemistry professor Adam ing Mentor of Undergraduate Research Award, along with physics professor Amlan Biswas and interior design professor Maruja Torres-Antonini. Its really an honor to receive this award, Torres-Antonini said, holding the hand of her 18-month-old granddaughter, Tabitha, who spent her night in sync with the swells of the or chestra. She kept us warm, TorresAntonini said, referencing the nights temperatures, which hovered in the 60s. Audience members wrapped themselves in blankets and stuffed their hands into coat pockets as the temperature dropped with the sun. Tucked in a hoodie and armed with a box of Cheez-Its, 18-year-old pre-pharmacy freshto the drumbeats of Agbedidi Africa. She heard the orchestra rehearsing earlier in the day and decided to come back to see the show. Theyre all really talented, she said. Behind Roberts, the dean of the College of Fine Arts, Lucinda Lavelli, huddled in a Gators blanket. morning from a conference in Minneapolis to make the symphony. Its so exciting to see the per formers and hear the music on adding that she was happy the audience toughed it out through the cold snap. We can say the arts warmed us up.It was at Flavet Field

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2012 WWW.ALLIGATORSPORTS.ORGRight-side hitter Tangerine Wiggs set the school record for hitting percentage in Floridas win on Friday. See story, page 15. Poll QuestionWill Florida win the Southeastern Conference East despite losing to Georgia on Saturday? Vote online at alligatorSports.org. Florida-Missouri Start Time SetFloridas matchup against Missouri on Saturday will begin at noon and air on ESPN2. Georgias matchup against Ole Miss will air at 3:30 p.m. on CBS. Brett Le Blanc / Alligator StaffCoach Will Muschamp speaks to the media after Floridas 17-9 loss to Georgia on Saturday at EverBank Field in Jacksonville. UF dropped to No. 7 in the BCS standings on Sunday. UF FALLS TO NO. 8 IN AP POLL. ADAM PINCUS Alligator Staff Writer JACKSONVILLE After knocking off the Gators for the second year in a row, Georgia leapfrogged Florida in the BCS standings. UF dropped from No. 2 to No. 7 in the BCS poll and from No. 3 to No. 8 in the AP poll. Georgia moved up to sixth in the BCS and No. 7 in the AP. The Gators can only reach the Southeastsince 2009 if they defeat Missouri and Georgia loses at home to Ole Miss or on the road against Auburn. With four of the top 10 teams in the BCS falling, the Gators stayed in contention for a potential BCS national championship game appearance. Alabama, Kansas State, Notre Dame, Oregon, LSU and Georgia are ahead of Florida in the BCS. All six teams have games remaining against ranked opponents. Even if Georgia wins out to keep Florida from an SEC title shot, Florida could still win the rest of its games and have an outside shot at a BCS title game appearance. Kansas State, Oregon and Notre Dame would all need to lose at least once, while the winner of Saturdays matchup between LSU and Alabama would need to defeat Georgia in the SEC title game. Florida could then theoretically be selected to face that team for the national title. Even with its No. 7 ranking, Florida would qualify for a BCS bowl game appearance. The Sugar Bowl takes the SEC champion and an at-large team. If the SEC champion reaches the national title game, the Sugar Bowl selects the next highest-ranked SEC team in the BCS. The Capital One Bowl pits the SEC No. 2 against the No. 2 team from the Big Ten. Gillislee slowing down: Mike Gillislee didnt have much room to run against the Bulldogs. Georgias three starters on the defensive line, anchored by 6-foot-3, 358-pound John Jenkins and 6-foot-6, 355-pound Kwame Geathers, weigh an average of 337 pounds. Floridas offense entered the game with the SECs third-ranked rushing offense. Something had to give. Unfortunately for Florida, Gillislee and Co. ran into a brick wall. They loaded the box and did a good job stopping the run, quarterback Jeff Driskel said. Thats what they said from the beginning, that they were going to stop the run, and they did that pretty much all night. Florida drops to No. 7 in BCS standings after loss to Georgia GREG LUCA Alligator Staff Writer JACKSONVILLE As Florida sat in the locker room on Saturday folInstead of moping after Saturdays 17-9 loss to Georgia, UFs leaders stepped up to address the team. Jeff Driskel, Xavier Nixon, Jon Halapio, Mike Gillislee, Lerentee McCray, Sharrif Floyd, Jelani Jenkins, Jon Bostic and others spoke after the game. The biggest difference between this years team and last years team: Were actually pulling together during this adversity, Halapio said. other. Were not blaming this person for losing the game or this person. Thats the big difference I see from a maturity standpoint of this team this year versus last year. Coach Will Muschamp also addressed his players. Youve won well together, Muschamp said. Now were going to With four games left to play, the one-loss Gators still have a chance to contend for a BCS bowl. One slip-up by Georgia puts UF back in the SEC championship game. Theres a lot of football to play, Muschamp said. Weve got to move forward. Said Halapio: Its just a team mentality that weve got to pull together. We cant let anymore opportunity slip. Floridas defense did its part on Saturday, forcing three turnovers while holding Georgia to 273 yards Tougher UF pulling togetherJURNY DUTY JACKSONVILLEA heavy coat of makeup can mask even the worst blemishes. For Florida, that makeup was a perfect record, and on Saturday, all the mascara dripped off. Prior to its 17-9 loss to Georgia, Florida ranked last in the Southeastern Conference in passing, but it hadnt mattered The Gators were second-to-last in the league in penalties. It hadnt mattered. mattered. But the superb ball security and strong second-half adjustments that Florida had displayed all season werent there against Georgia, so everything mattered. After every game UF won by grinding it out on the ground and doing little through the air, the prevailing sentiment was the Gators didnt have to throw the ball but could if they needed to. Saturdays loss proved that the back end of that equation was wrong. Thanks to South Carolina giving the ball away repeatedly last week, it didnt matter that the Gators were held to a season-low 89 yards rushing. But the Gators couldnt ly through the air when the Bulldogs clamped down even more, limiting Florida to 81 yards on the ground. I dont think we ran the ball well enough, coach Will Muschamp said. When you become one-dimensional against really good rushers, you know, Jarvis (Jones) is a really good rusher. We had to chip him and do some things, but you cant limit yourself in the passing game every single snap in order to chip the guy. When you become one-dimensional, its hard. It puts a lot of pressure on [Jeff Driskel]. The passing problem is a byproduct of For the eighth straight game, the Gators by a margin of 88-26. They had been winning because the run game kept breaking out later in games, but that didnt happen on Saturday. The slow starts are a problem that wont go away. The issue didnt cost Florida when Gators faults culminate in loss SEE DEFENSE, PAGE 14 SEE JOSH, PAGE 14 SEE NOTES, PAGE 14 Josh Jurnovoytwitter: @joshjurnovoy The biggest difference between this years team and last years team: Were actually pulling together during this adversity.Jon HalapioUF offensive lineman

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14, ALLIGATOR MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2012 David Carr / Alligator StaffLinebacker Neiron Ball (11) returns an interception thrown by Georgias Aaron Florida defense strong in defeatof total offense. Even as UFs offense turned the ball over six times and consistently set Georgia up with extra possessions in fense yielded only 17 points. The defense did a great job of giving us opportunities, Driskel said. When you have a defense like we do, you cant turn the ball over. Theyre going to make stops. You cant force things. Youve just got to take points, and there were a couple of times there where we took points off the board and put our defense in tough spots. Said cornerback Jaylen Watkins: We look at it as a challenge for the defense. For us, its fun. Its obviously not fun turning the ball over, but we get excited because thats one of the challenges we like to face, just getting our offense back the ball. We did it a few times, but sometimes we didnt hold up. A large chunk of Geor gias damage was due to one mistake: Loucheiz Purifoys missed tackle after Malcolm Mitchell secured a catch on a curl route that led to a 45-yard touchdown midway through the fourth quarter. We were in position, Muschamp said. We were in position to make it, and they made the play and we didnt. Frustrating, but at the end of the day youve got to make those plays. Although Georgia running back Todd Gurley amassed 118 yards and gashed the Gators in spurts, Florida forced quarterback Aaron Murray to tie a career high with three interceptions. Still, Florida wound up on the losing end. To Watkins, the loss is a sign the defense didnt play well enough. We lost, so I dont think it was (good enough), Watkins said. The object is to keep them at zero points, and we didnt do that. That sense of accountability wasnt a staple of Floridas 2011 team. Its a major reason why the Gators arent pointing and why theyre ready to regroup. We have good leader ship on our football team run, Muschamp said. We just need to push through this. Contact Greg Luca at gluca@alligator.org. it dominated teams in the second half and wasnt forced to play from behind. But any team that gets a lead on the Gators late doesnt fear a comeback via the passing game. Florida hindered its comeback efforts with 10 costly penalties, which included inexplicably getting caught Although Florida had extended an opponents scoring drive with a previous times this season, they all pale in comparison to Dominique Easleys biggest mistake on Saturday. Easley sniffed out a third-down screen pass deep in Bulldogs territory in the fourth quarter but was called for defensive holding after wrapping up running back Todd Gurley before the pass arrived. The Bulldogs would score the drive. The Gators committed six turnovers, and that was the biggest reason for the defeat. But the loss highclose to being solved. Florida could have clinched the SEC East even with the turnovers if the underlying issues adequately addressed before Satur day. They werent. More problems arose. And because of it, Georgia now has the easier road to Atlanta. Contact Josh Jurnovoy at jjurnovoy@ alligator.org. DEFENSEfrom page 13 JOSH, from page 13Gillislee, run game sputteringWe just came short. We didnt make enough plays. After racking up a career-high 34 carries for 146 yards against then-No. 4 LSU, Gillislee has averaged 19 carries and 60 yards in the past three games. The Georgia defense that allowed 206 rushing yards to SEC cellar-dweller Kentucky on Oct. 20 looked much stronger on Saturday at EverBank Field. Florida managed a season-low 75 yards on the ground. We didnt run the ball well enough, Muschamp said. We became one-dimensional against really good rushers. Right guard Jon Halapio said the Gators offensive line had trouble communicating and timing the snap. There are little parts of it that can be blamed on us, but like I said earlier, its a team effort, Halapio said. Not one particular possession or one person on the team lost the football game. Bulldogs rough up Gators: Solomon Patton suffered a broken left arm in Saturdays loss. Patton took a sweep and ran left on a fourthand-1 play at the Georgia 36-yard line. Georgia safety Shawn Williams grabbed the 5-foot-9 Patton up around his shoulder pads and slammed the receiver down on his arm. Patton left the game and did not return. He watched the second half from the sidelines with his arm in a sling. Defensive tackle Damien Jacobs didnt travel with the team due to a hamstring injury. Linebacker Jelani Jenkins started the game before tweaking his hamstring, which Jenkins originally injured against LSU on Oct. 6. Contact Adam Pincus at apincus@alligator.org. NOTES, from page 13 UF Fo otball Purifoy

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2012 ALLIGATOR, 15 GOLF CHARLES KINGSBURYAlligator Writer Sophomores strong day leaves Florida in fourth UF BEAT MISSISSIPPI STATE 3-0 ON FRIDAY. KATIE AGOSTINAlligator Staff Writer A radio broadcast contributed to this report. Contact Katie Agostin at kagostin@alligator.org. Right-side hitter sets UF recordHedberg

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16, ALLIGATOR MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2012 Florida 9 Georgia 17 Georgia was deep in Florida territory in the second quarter with a 7-0 lead when Evans intercepted Aaron Murray after the pass bounced off Rantavious Wootens hands. Evans 6 two interceptions and losing two fumbles. KEY STAT TURNING POINT THREE KEY PLAYS STANDINGS 1234 Final Georgia Florida 177 0 0 6 0 7 SCORE BY QUARTERS SWAMP STUDS9Josh Evans The senior accounted for all of Floridas points as yards or more to eight.Caleb SturgisK Although the Gators the junior was solid up the middle. Floyd for a loss on the season.Sharrif Floyd play of the opening drive as defensive Damian Swann and forced a fumble that was recovered dogs would score a touchdown three plays later. Jordan Reed over the middle. Reed turned up punched the ball out at the 5-yard line. Georgia force a punt on a third-and-5 from their Aaron Murray found Malcolm Mitchell Georgias lead. Tight ends fumble one of many key mistakes in Florida losscommitted four of the Gators six turnovers. I made some critical mistakes, Driskel said. Thats what it comes down to. When you have a defense like we do, you cant turn the ball over. Theyre going to make stops. You cant force things. Youve just got to take points, and there were a couple of times there where we took points off the board and put our defense in tough spots. Despite numerous mistakes and a slow start, Florida still had chances to escape with a victory. The Gators failure to seize opportunistic moments proved heartbreaking. Trailing by eight points and facing second-and-6 from Georgias 18-yard line with just more than two minutes remaining, Driskel hit tight end Jordan Reed over the middle for a 13-yard gain. As the play neared completion, Reed jumped from the 5 and attempted to break the plane of the goal line. While airborne, Reed took a hit from UGA linebacker Jarvis Jones and fumbled, losing a grip on both the ball and Floridas control of the SEC East race. The Gators could not recover. It wasnt one play that lost the game for us, Jon Halapio said. It was a team effort. There was no play here or there that situation that we were in during the fourth quarter. The football was not the only thing Florida lost a grip on during Saturdays tween the Gators and the Bulldogs. became so heated, even Florida strength coach Jeff Dillman got involved, yelling at Georgia players and coaches. Overall, UF racked up 10 penalties for 95 yards. Referees called four unsportssonal fouls against the two teams. Under a coach renown for losing his cool on the sidelines, Florida lost control of its emotions. There was a lot of penalties, Jon Bostic said. Some of them we couldnt control. We got to play better in those areas. In Jacksonville, the Gators had a chance to preserve their perfect season. the hardship of the past two seasons behind them. With both the game and the SEC East title on the line, UF could not deliver. defeated season in school history. Gone is a straightforward path to the BCS Championship Game in Miami. All that was left was sadness. Everybody had tears, Jon Halapio said. Everybody was disappointed. Contact Joe Morgan at joemorgan@alligator.org. FOOTBALL, from page 1



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Today We Inform. You Decide.Not officially associated with the University of Florida Published by Campus Communications, Inc. of Gainesville, Florida Conservancy draws 2,500 people for annual celebration of bats. Read the story on page 5. Gator Growl seats to be assigned this yearAssigned seating last occurred in 2009, pg 8. Two injured in car crash on Northwest 13th StreetRead the story at alligator.org.VOLUME 107 ISSUE 48 WWW.ALLIGATOR.ORG MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2012 JOE MORGAN Alligator Staff Writer JACKSONVILLE On Sat67 /42 Georgia game pulls UF students away, punks come out to playFest 11 brought thousands to the city, pg. 8. FORECAST 2 OPINIONS 6 CLASSIFIEDS 10 CROSSWORD 11 SPORTS 13Brett Le Blanc / Alligator StaffTight end Jordan Reed (11) fumbles on Georgias 5-yard line late in the fourth quarter during Floridas 17-9 loss to UGA on Saturday at EverBank Field in Jacksonville. The Gators six turnovers proved costly in the defeat. FLORIDA 9 GEORGIA 17 UGA controls SEC EastSEE FOOTBALL, PAGE 16 THE ARREST WAS MADE IN ALABAMA. CHRIS ALCANTARAAlligator Writer Contact Chris Alcantara at calcantara@ alligator.org.Arrest made in bank homicide BROCK SENGAlligator Contributing Writer Early voting brings thousands to polls, continues this weekSEE EARLY, PAGE 4 OUT OF THEIR HANDS The people like to take advanule.Pam Carpenter

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News Today Subscription Rate: Full Year (All Semesters) $100The Independent Florida Alligator is a student newspaper serving the University of Florida, pubThe Alligator The Alligator is The Alligator VOLUME 107 ISSUE 48 ISSN 0889-2423 The Alligator The Alligator TODAYFORECAST2, ALLIGATOR MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2012SUNNY 78/51 SUNNY 78/51 SUNNY 73/51 SUNNY 67/46 SUNNY 67/42 FRIDAY THURSDAY WEDNESDAY TUESDAY WHATS HAPPENING?Theatre Strike Force hosts aMOCKalypse As the world draws to an end in 2012, dont miss Theatre Strike Forces sketch comedy show, aMOCKalypse, reflecting on where our society could have gone wrong. The show is today in the Reitz Union Rion Ballroom, and doors open at 8 p.m. The show is free and food will be provided. Education Under Fire screening Education Under Fire will be screened in the CSE Building, Room 100, today at 6:30 p.m. The film profiles the growth, struggle and inspiring spirit of the Bahai Institute for Higher Education. Bahais in Iran have been subjected to systematic persecution, including arrests, torture and execution, simply for refusing to recant their beliefs. They are also prohibited from going to college and blocked from many professions. OAS Undergraduate Student Coordinator Applications now available The Office of Academic Support Undergraduate Student Coordinators provides peer leadership to OAS Peer item and $8 for two. Drop off ends Tuesday in Weil Hall, Room 207, during office hours. See the logo and more infor mation at www.ewbuf.org. Got something going on? Want to see it in this space? Send an email with Whats Happening in the subject line to skinonen@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 formatted Whats Happening submissions may not appear in the paper. Press releases will not appear in the paper. Mentors, in addition to guidance and motivation to UF students with respect to academic planning and learning strategies. Coordinators help students set goals and attain academic achievements. Undergraduate coordinators serve as student support staff for OAS programs and ser vices. Applications are available on the OAS website. Please visit www.oas.aa.ufl. edu/student-positions.aspx for the forms. There will be an information Monday, and applications are due Nov. 19. Engineers Without Borders screen printing The UF chapter of Engineers Without Borders is screen printing the EWB logo. This is open to all students. Give us the item you want screenprinted including T-shirts, sweatshirts, blankets, etc. and your contact info, then pay at pickup. Its $5 for one

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2012 ALLIGATOR, 3 Alligator File PhotoZombie Attack!Skyler Kern, vice president of Theatre Strike Force, shouts as he runs from other members Oct. 31, 1967 Oct. 30, 1997 Oct. 28, 2009 West. KRISTAN WIGGINS CHRIS ALCANTARAAlligator Writer Contact Chris Alcantara at calcantara@alligator.org.UF fan left with life-threatening injuries after Florida-Georgia

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THE WAREHOUSE HOLDS ABOUT 500,000 ITEMS. JENNA LYONSAlligator Contributing WriterThe line looked like it never ended. It snaked from the doors of the bookto join it. 19-year-old said. 4ALLIGATOR Marjorie Nunez / AlligatorI wish I had a million books, said Lily Mills, 7, before she sat with her brother Hayden, 5, at the Friends of the Library book sale. The sale, which started Saturday and ends Wednesday, raises money for the Alachua County Library District. Friends of the Library book sale raises $80,000 SaturdayC AMPUS CARA CHIARAMONTEAlligator Contributing Writer as they slammed their hands onto in. said.Young mad scientists experiment at Molecular Mania event ALEXA VOLLANDAlligator Contributing Writer year. said. High school, college students hit booksVote early to avoid lines tee ballot. the ballot ahead of time so he time to read the ballot instead read. The balmore than EARLY, from page 1 You can buy, like, 100 books for way, way less than retail.Sarah Harrisonpublicity chairE-books contribute to trendObama

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2012 ALLIGATOR, 5 Ryan Jones / AlligatorAn Island Flying Fox bat wraps its wings up for a nap at the Lubee Bat Conservatory during the eighth annual Florida Bat Festival on Saturday. The conservatory houses more than 200 bats. THE FESTIVAL IS THE ONLY TIME WHEN THE PUBLIC IS ALLOWED INTO THE CONSERVANCY. TATILA BROCKAlligator Contributing WriterA bat hung from the cage ceiling, snatching fruit from pumpkin sculptures as admirers stared from below. About 2,500 people attended the Lubee Bat Conservancys eighth annual Florida Bat Festival Saturday. The festival is the only time of year when the public is allowed inside, said Brian Pope, director of the conservancy. The conservancy, located at 1309 NW 192nd Ave., is home to 207 bats, Pope said. The species ranged from fruit bats to the largest species in the world, the Malayan bat, which has a 6-foot wingspan. Visitors looked at tables set up by 26 vendors, ranging from merchandise to animals such as greyhounds, snakes and iguanas, which visitors could pet. Kitty Lane, a 48-year-old Jacksonville resident, came to the festival with her family. Lane, a Florida Invasive Plant Education Initiative and Curriculum employee, said the most interesting display was a diorama that let kids compare their arm length with the wingspan of the worlds largest bat. Kaden Keith, 3, and his family wore Batman shirts to the conservancy. Kaden, who plans to be Batman for Halloween, said he liked learning about the winged creatures. But he really liked the games. I won a bat book, Kaden said. I threw the ball into the cup and got one in. Pope said the conservancy includes family-friendly activities to teach people everyone can know about bats, not just scientists. One of the main goals is to connect with the local community, he said. We want people to come out with their families, have a good time and learn about bats.Conservancy draws 2,500 for annual bat celebration

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Reader responseVote or post a message at www.alligator.orgThe views expressed here are not necessarily those of the Alligator Column Editorial 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 opinions@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.MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2012 WWW.ALLIGATOR.ORG/OPINIONSTodays question: Did you go to Fest? 73% YES 27% NO116 TOTAL VOTESFridays question: Are you excited for this weekend?Freaky Frankenstorm Weve seen worse, but they havent Apparently the East Coast of the United States is about to get completely wiped off the face of the earth. This past weekend, Northerners spent time in bodegas and grocery stores getting prepared for the oncoming storm. Even Kim Kardashian bought a cartload of bottled water. But also, she only bought bottled water. Is that all she needs to survive? Let us put some things into perspective for you, just in case you think Hurricane Sandy is going to decimate anything: Its a Category 1 storm. It is one cat. One cat is not really that much to handle. It needs a little bit of attention and some cuddling every now and then, and then its good to go. The worst hurricane to hit Florida in recent history was Hurricane Andrew. This hit our coast in 1992. Andrew was a CatFirst of all, there will be poop everywhere, no matter what those kitty-litter commercials try to tell you. Imagine trying to ation. Then you have to worry about feeding all of those cats. Wed assume it would take a lot of fuel and energy to keep that many cats going strong. In Andrews case, it cost about $26.5 billion. Thats a lot of catnip. Or fun toys that have feathers on them. Or treats for when they do something in a really cute way. You know, cat stuff. To be fair, states like New York and New Jersey dont normally see a storm of this size. They arent as well prepared for them as Floridians are taught to be. Northern cities started to evacuate some residents as the storm approaches. Nearly 80,000 people who live in Delaware and Atlantic City, N.J., were asked to leave their homes. Sandy will most likely make landfall sometime tonight or early tomorrow morning. Also, this storm has already killed more than 60 people in the Caribbean. A majority of those deaths took place in Haiti, a country still recovering from the last round of strong storms. While its always important to prepare ourselves for an imthat we are not the only ones affected. However, Sandy has the potential to collide with a polar front coming down from the Arctic. Thats why some people are calling that combination of storms a Frankenstorm. Its one-part hurricane plus one-part Arctic front plus one-part full moon. That means its an unusual make a safe week. Frankenstorm is also happening on the week of Halloween, which is super spooky. Did you hear about the earthquakes and tsunami warnings over on the West Coast this weekend? Basically, were starting to see that the world really will end in 2012. Lets make it a good last few months, folks. Exploration, mythology, elephants and artMuch like Snooki from the popular TV program Jerfunctional reality of art. What is arts purpose in the physiological world? We as a race have an adventurous streak. We have gone the top of Everest, the deepest reaches of the rainforest, the world of humanitys collective subconscious mind? Answering this question would require a rigorous discourse covering thousands of years of human history and development, so instead, lets just talk about something fun like elephants. Did I ever tell you the story about the blind men and the elephant? Well, like, there was this great big elephant and these four blind guys were wandering around the forest when they ran into it (the blind guys were in the forest because they were trying to go to Fest, but they took a wrong turn somewhere or something). One of them grabbed the trunk and said, Crap! A snake! One of them felt the leg and said, No, idiot, its an oak tree! One of them touched the point of the tusk and said, Dummkopf! Its the French Foreign Legion! Heres the end of one of their bayonets! The last one didnt say anything because all these guys in the elephants Kool-Aid startled it, so it stomped him to death. I told this story to illustrate a very important point: Elephants are dangerous. You should never grab an elephants trunk because then But how do we know that? Probably because somebody a very long time ago, around the time of the discovery of elephants, tried it. He grabbed the elephants trunk and then a few days later, they found his mangled body in a footprint (reminds me of that The Far Side cartoon with the Thagomizer, named after the late Thag Simmons). So ever since then, its been transmitted to us through artistic representations of people grabbing elephants trunks that this is a bad thing to do. So, is that the purpose of art, or is it just another red herring? Correlation does not imply causality: Just because life often imitates art (which is itself imitating life), that does not mean that arts original purpose was to pass along important messages concerning the very survival of the human race. We need more evidence than just some story I made up about blind men and elephants and people getting trampled to conclude something heavy like that. So lets analyze mythology, the very basis of Western art. Mythologys purpose is twofold (no, providing characters These are: providing lessons on the right way to live (as determined arbitrarily by some drunk Greek guys a long way it is. Baucis and Philemon: Two old people were visited by weary travelers just asking for some good down-home cooking and a place to sleep, so B&P obliged. Well, it turns out that the weary travelers were really Zeus and Hermes in disguise, and so they rewarded Baucis and Philemon by turning them into intertwined trees for eternity. warnings like, Dont feed your twin brother his own sons this have to do with art? In art, we see the disobeying of many core traditions, if our fundamental cores break down. And it usually turns out badly, like it did for the fourth blind man in our earlier story. So, what can we conclude? Why, my friend, that is for you to decide. Im still recovering from Fest. Dallin Kelson is an English senior at UF. His column appears on Mondays.Erin Jester EDITOR Sarah Kinonen MANAGING EDITOR Sami Main OPINIONS EDITOR Dallin Kelsonopinions@alligator.org

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2012 ALLIGATOR, 7 I Sam Mendelson is a columnist for The Eagle at American University.When science enters food, labels are crucial UWireSam MendelsonUWire Diego Garcia is a UF nuclear engineering senior. He is the president of UFs student chapter of the American Nuclear Society. He also serves as a student contributing expert to the Energy Information Center.A conversation about nuclear energy Guest columnDiego GarciaSpeaking Out

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MICHAEL SCOTT DAVIDSONAlligator WriterIllegally loud music, skintight fashion and the ever-present scent of Pabst Blue Ribbon invaded the streets of Gainesville this weekend. sonville for Florida football, about 8,000 self-proclaimed punks were By noon Friday, the volunteer check-in line for Fest 11, a threeday Gainesville punk rock music festival, snaked across the Holiday Inn Gainesville University Centers parking lot, up the buildings stairs Most of the festivals 360 bands had made the hotel their home for the weekend. Attendees without the money or luck to get a hotel room slept in cars, strangers houses and wooded areas in the city. Many went without the luxury of a shower or a change of clothes. Lack of hygiene aside, it was one of the punk communitys mostcoveted weekends, with about 4,000 passes sold. At a pool party on the hotels Mall menthol from his pocket. It was volunteering as a stage manager. He had driven from Tallahassee in his 98 Camry with only the clothes he was wearing and a pair of cutoff shorts, socks and some old Fest shirts in the back seat. I wouldnt miss this for anything, he said. Christmas? Forget that. Near the pools stage, fans crowd surfed through a sea of neon-colored hair, studded denim jackets and cigarette smoke. a wary eye on the crowd. He stood guard at the pools door. No wristband, no entrance. Strangers shouted Happy Fest! to each other as they funneled malt beer in parking lots. Audience members rushed to help fallen crowd surfers. Homeowners opened their doors and backyards so Festers didnt have to sleep in their cars. You may pass over them as just crazy people theyre punks, Durham said. But in all reality, theyre just people, just like you and I and everybody else, that like hardcore music and living the alternative lifestyle. In their hometowns, Festers might be in the minority. But on Halloween weekend, Gainesville belongs to punk rock, progressivism and Pabst Blue Ribbon beer. Festers wander up and down West University Avenue in PBR T-shirts, sipping $1 PBR tall boys from pink PBR koozies and carrybags. Although the corporate-sponvenues, most UF students would handful of names they recognize. A very small percentage of bands do this for a living, Durham said. Theres not enough money in punk rock to sustain yourself. tarist for Orlando-based band You Blew It!, agreed. Fest is a gathering of friends instead of a collection of shows, he said. You come here, and you meet bands, and you meet friends. The days were marathons of drinking, walking and dancing that could last until 5 a.m., only to restart three hours later. Pizza slices, nachos and vegan hot dogs fueled Festers between shows. Ive been on this road 48 hours straight, zero naps, Durham said as he searched for his friends on West University Avenue Friday night. I need my naps. The shows didnt end when the bars closed. Some Gainesville residents hosted late-night performances at their houses, and Festers traded addresses by word-of-mouth, text message and Twitter. 400 people huddled behind a stor age warehouse north of Gainesville. Underneath the yellow glow of two street lamps, You Blew It! played a set powered by a gas generator. The band and two other groups played for about an hour before two police cruisers pulled around the side of the building. Leave, or I will start arresting cruisers PA system. Festers swarmed past the cars. They werent afraid of being ar rested; its how the party ends every year. Besides, there were more shows Sunday afternoon. In the power struggle between punks and police at Fest, there were no clear winners. An unsanctioned show would be shut down, only for another to spring up in a hotel room or garage across town. When a fragmented community assembles, its hard to shut down the music for long. As Festers pulled away from the warehouse, being corralled back into the city, the crisp sound of cymbals could be heard for a few minutes longer. The beat rang out in the still Ocant. Contact Michael Scott Davidson at mdavidson@alligator.org. 8, ALLIGATOR Into It. Over It. performs at a warehouse show located off Northwest 74th Place at 2:30 a.m. Sunday morning. More than 400 Festers showed up for the show. Georgia game pulls UF students away, punks come out to play ASSIGNED SEATING LAST OCCURRED IN 2009. CHRIS KIRSCHNERAlligator Contributing WriterSeating will be assigned at this years Gator Growl on Nov. 9. Gator Growl staff members wrote in a press release issued Friday that all tickets not just those of alumni and the general public, like in previous years will be accompanied by assigned seats. Students have not said Gator Growl producer Samantha Hockenberry. Hockenberry said change was needed because many audience members gave negative feedback after last years event. She said some students would end up sitting in seats assigned to alumni or other audience members, inconveniencing everyone involved. People now dont have to search for a seat, Hockenberry said. They can now go in whenever they would like and just enjoy the show. The staff also decided to hire UF ROTC members to usher students to their correct seats, Hockenberry said. The ushers will not be paid, but organizers will donate $1,500 to the ROTC program. Students wanting to sit with their friends must pick up their tickets together, Hockenberry said. Student organizations have the option to be placed in block seating, just like at football games. Alex Herndon, a 19-year-old recreation and event management sophomore, said assigned seating could help students who cannot get to the event early. The stadium will not be as chaotic anymore with people trying to much more enjoyable experience.Gator Growl seats will be assigned this year KATHRYN VARNAlligator Contributing WriterDexter Veige and his brother, Fletcher, sprawled out on a blanket on Flavet Field Sunday night, eating Lunchables and waiting for Swamp Symphony to start. onstage to kick off the event. Dexter, 3, threw down his Skittles and started dancing to the swing music, his 4-year-old brother following suit. Swamp Symphony, put on by Gator Growl and UF Homecoming, featured UF Fine Arts performance groups, said director Michael Levey. We want to showcase the Fine Arts department because its so great at UF, the 19-yearold telecommunication sophomore said. phony Orchestra, Mens Glee Club, Gospel Choir, University Concert Choir and Agbedidi Africa performed on Flavet Fields stage. Seven Homecoming Education Celebration awards were given to faculty and staff members in between the groups. sor and director of the Center for Womens Studies and Genstanding Faculty Award. The Morrill Act Award went to Department of Agricultural Education and Communication professor Kirby Barrick, the Family Album Radio, and the faculty of the Department of Microbiology and Cell Science. Dexters and Fletchers father, chemistry professor Adam ing Mentor of Undergraduate Research Award, along with physics professor Amlan Biswas and interior design professor Maruja Torres-Antonini. Its really an honor to receive this award, Torres-Antonini said, holding the hand of her 18-month-old granddaughter, Tabitha, who spent her night in sync with the swells of the or chestra. She kept us warm, TorresAntonini said, referencing the nights temperatures, which hovered in the 60s. Audience members wrapped themselves in blankets and stuffed their hands into coat pockets as the temperature dropped with the sun. Tucked in a hoodie and armed with a box of Cheez-Its, 18-year-old pre-pharmacy freshto the drumbeats of Agbedidi Africa. She heard the orchestra rehearsing earlier in the day and decided to come back to see the show. Theyre all really talented, she said. Behind Roberts, the dean of the College of Fine Arts, Lucinda Lavelli, huddled in a Gators blanket. morning from a conference in Minneapolis to make the symphony. Its so exciting to see the per formers and hear the music on adding that she was happy the audience toughed it out through the cold snap. We can say the arts warmed us up.It was at Flavet Field

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2012 WWW.ALLIGATORSPORTS.ORGRight-side hitter Tangerine Wiggs set the school record for hitting percentage in Floridas win on Friday. See story, page 15. Poll QuestionWill Florida win the Southeastern Conference East despite losing to Georgia on Saturday? Vote online at alligatorSports.org. Florida-Missouri Start Time SetFloridas matchup against Missouri on Saturday will begin at noon and air on ESPN2. Georgias matchup against Ole Miss will air at 3:30 p.m. on CBS. Brett Le Blanc / Alligator StaffCoach Will Muschamp speaks to the media after Floridas 17-9 loss to Georgia on Saturday at EverBank Field in Jacksonville. UF dropped to No. 7 in the BCS standings on Sunday. UF FALLS TO NO. 8 IN AP POLL. ADAM PINCUS Alligator Staff Writer JACKSONVILLE After knocking off the Gators for the second year in a row, Georgia leapfrogged Florida in the BCS standings. UF dropped from No. 2 to No. 7 in the BCS poll and from No. 3 to No. 8 in the AP poll. Georgia moved up to sixth in the BCS and No. 7 in the AP. The Gators can only reach the Southeastsince 2009 if they defeat Missouri and Georgia loses at home to Ole Miss or on the road against Auburn. With four of the top 10 teams in the BCS falling, the Gators stayed in contention for a potential BCS national championship game appearance. Alabama, Kansas State, Notre Dame, Oregon, LSU and Georgia are ahead of Florida in the BCS. All six teams have games remaining against ranked opponents. Even if Georgia wins out to keep Florida from an SEC title shot, Florida could still win the rest of its games and have an outside shot at a BCS title game appearance. Kansas State, Oregon and Notre Dame would all need to lose at least once, while the winner of Saturdays matchup between LSU and Alabama would need to defeat Georgia in the SEC title game. Florida could then theoretically be selected to face that team for the national title. Even with its No. 7 ranking, Florida would qualify for a BCS bowl game appearance. The Sugar Bowl takes the SEC champion and an at-large team. If the SEC champion reaches the national title game, the Sugar Bowl selects the next highest-ranked SEC team in the BCS. The Capital One Bowl pits the SEC No. 2 against the No. 2 team from the Big Ten. Gillislee slowing down: Mike Gillislee didnt have much room to run against the Bulldogs. Georgias three starters on the defensive line, anchored by 6-foot-3, 358-pound John Jenkins and 6-foot-6, 355-pound Kwame Geathers, weigh an average of 337 pounds. Floridas offense entered the game with the SECs third-ranked rushing offense. Something had to give. Unfortunately for Florida, Gillislee and Co. ran into a brick wall. They loaded the box and did a good job stopping the run, quarterback Jeff Driskel said. Thats what they said from the beginning, that they were going to stop the run, and they did that pretty much all night. Florida drops to No. 7 in BCS standings after loss to Georgia GREG LUCA Alligator Staff Writer JACKSONVILLE As Florida sat in the locker room on Saturday folInstead of moping after Saturdays 17-9 loss to Georgia, UFs leaders stepped up to address the team. Jeff Driskel, Xavier Nixon, Jon Halapio, Mike Gillislee, Lerentee McCray, Sharrif Floyd, Jelani Jenkins, Jon Bostic and others spoke after the game. The biggest difference between this years team and last years team: Were actually pulling together during this adversity, Halapio said. other. Were not blaming this person for losing the game or this person. Thats the big difference I see from a maturity standpoint of this team this year versus last year. Coach Will Muschamp also addressed his players. Youve won well together, Muschamp said. Now were going to With four games left to play, the one-loss Gators still have a chance to contend for a BCS bowl. One slip-up by Georgia puts UF back in the SEC championship game. Theres a lot of football to play, Muschamp said. Weve got to move forward. Said Halapio: Its just a team mentality that weve got to pull together. We cant let anymore opportunity slip. Floridas defense did its part on Saturday, forcing three turnovers while holding Georgia to 273 yards Tougher UF pulling togetherJURNY DUTY JACKSONVILLEA heavy coat of makeup can mask even the worst blemishes. For Florida, that makeup was a perfect record, and on Saturday, all the mascara dripped off. Prior to its 17-9 loss to Georgia, Florida ranked last in the Southeastern Conference in passing, but it hadnt mattered The Gators were second-to-last in the league in penalties. It hadnt mattered. mattered. But the superb ball security and strong second-half adjustments that Florida had displayed all season werent there against Georgia, so everything mattered. After every game UF won by grinding it out on the ground and doing little through the air, the prevailing sentiment was the Gators didnt have to throw the ball but could if they needed to. Saturdays loss proved that the back end of that equation was wrong. Thanks to South Carolina giving the ball away repeatedly last week, it didnt matter that the Gators were held to a season-low 89 yards rushing. But the Gators couldnt ly through the air when the Bulldogs clamped down even more, limiting Florida to 81 yards on the ground. I dont think we ran the ball well enough, coach Will Muschamp said. When you become one-dimensional against really good rushers, you know, Jarvis (Jones) is a really good rusher. We had to chip him and do some things, but you cant limit yourself in the passing game every single snap in order to chip the guy. When you become one-dimensional, its hard. It puts a lot of pressure on [Jeff Driskel]. The passing problem is a byproduct of For the eighth straight game, the Gators by a margin of 88-26. They had been winning because the run game kept breaking out later in games, but that didnt happen on Saturday. The slow starts are a problem that wont go away. The issue didnt cost Florida when Gators faults culminate in loss SEE DEFENSE, PAGE 14 SEE JOSH, PAGE 14 SEE NOTES, PAGE 14 Josh Jurnovoytwitter: @joshjurnovoy The biggest difference between this years team and last years team: Were actually pulling together during this adversity.Jon HalapioUF offensive lineman

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14, ALLIGATOR MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2012 David Carr / Alligator StaffLinebacker Neiron Ball (11) returns an interception thrown by Georgias Aaron Florida defense strong in defeatof total offense. Even as UFs offense turned the ball over six times and consistently set Georgia up with extra possessions in fense yielded only 17 points. The defense did a great job of giving us opportunities, Driskel said. When you have a defense like we do, you cant turn the ball over. Theyre going to make stops. You cant force things. Youve just got to take points, and there were a couple of times there where we took points off the board and put our defense in tough spots. Said cornerback Jaylen Watkins: We look at it as a challenge for the defense. For us, its fun. Its obviously not fun turning the ball over, but we get excited because thats one of the challenges we like to face, just getting our offense back the ball. We did it a few times, but sometimes we didnt hold up. A large chunk of Geor gias damage was due to one mistake: Loucheiz Purifoys missed tackle after Malcolm Mitchell secured a catch on a curl route that led to a 45-yard touchdown midway through the fourth quarter. We were in position, Muschamp said. We were in position to make it, and they made the play and we didnt. Frustrating, but at the end of the day youve got to make those plays. Although Georgia running back Todd Gurley amassed 118 yards and gashed the Gators in spurts, Florida forced quarterback Aaron Murray to tie a career high with three interceptions. Still, Florida wound up on the losing end. To Watkins, the loss is a sign the defense didnt play well enough. We lost, so I dont think it was (good enough), Watkins said. The object is to keep them at zero points, and we didnt do that. That sense of accountability wasnt a staple of Floridas 2011 team. Its a major reason why the Gators arent pointing and why theyre ready to regroup. We have good leader ship on our football team run, Muschamp said. We just need to push through this. Contact Greg Luca at gluca@alligator.org. it dominated teams in the second half and wasnt forced to play from behind. But any team that gets a lead on the Gators late doesnt fear a comeback via the passing game. Florida hindered its comeback efforts with 10 costly penalties, which included inexplicably getting caught Although Florida had extended an opponents scoring drive with a previous times this season, they all pale in comparison to Dominique Easleys biggest mistake on Saturday. Easley sniffed out a third-down screen pass deep in Bulldogs territory in the fourth quarter but was called for defensive holding after wrapping up running back Todd Gurley before the pass arrived. The Bulldogs would score the drive. The Gators committed six turnovers, and that was the biggest reason for the defeat. But the loss highclose to being solved. Florida could have clinched the SEC East even with the turnovers if the underlying issues adequately addressed before Satur day. They werent. More problems arose. And because of it, Georgia now has the easier road to Atlanta. Contact Josh Jurnovoy at jjurnovoy@ alligator.org. DEFENSEfrom page 13 JOSH, from page 13Gillislee, run game sputteringWe just came short. We didnt make enough plays. After racking up a career-high 34 carries for 146 yards against then-No. 4 LSU, Gillislee has averaged 19 carries and 60 yards in the past three games. The Georgia defense that allowed 206 rushing yards to SEC cellar-dweller Kentucky on Oct. 20 looked much stronger on Saturday at EverBank Field. Florida managed a season-low 75 yards on the ground. We didnt run the ball well enough, Muschamp said. We became one-dimensional against really good rushers. Right guard Jon Halapio said the Gators offensive line had trouble communicating and timing the snap. There are little parts of it that can be blamed on us, but like I said earlier, its a team effort, Halapio said. Not one particular possession or one person on the team lost the football game. Bulldogs rough up Gators: Solomon Patton suffered a broken left arm in Saturdays loss. Patton took a sweep and ran left on a fourthand-1 play at the Georgia 36-yard line. Georgia safety Shawn Williams grabbed the 5-foot-9 Patton up around his shoulder pads and slammed the receiver down on his arm. Patton left the game and did not return. He watched the second half from the sidelines with his arm in a sling. Defensive tackle Damien Jacobs didnt travel with the team due to a hamstring injury. Linebacker Jelani Jenkins started the game before tweaking his hamstring, which Jenkins originally injured against LSU on Oct. 6. Contact Adam Pincus at apincus@alligator.org. NOTES, from page 13 UF Fo otball Purifoy

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2012 ALLIGATOR, 15 GOLF CHARLES KINGSBURYAlligator Writer Sophomores strong day leaves Florida in fourth UF BEAT MISSISSIPPI STATE 3-0 ON FRIDAY. KATIE AGOSTINAlligator Staff Writer A radio broadcast contributed to this report. Contact Katie Agostin at kagostin@alligator.org. Right-side hitter sets UF recordHedberg

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16, ALLIGATOR MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2012 Florida 9 Georgia 17 Georgia was deep in Florida territory in the second quarter with a 7-0 lead when Evans intercepted Aaron Murray after the pass bounced off Rantavious Wootens hands. Evans 6 two interceptions and losing two fumbles. KEY STAT TURNING POINT THREE KEY PLAYS STANDINGS 1 2 3 4 Final Georgia Florida 177 0 0 6 0 7 SCORE BY QUARTERS SWAMP STUDS9Josh Evans The senior accounted for all of Floridas points as yards or more to eight.Caleb SturgisK Although the Gators the junior was solid up the middle. Floyd for a loss on the season.Sharrif Floyd play of the opening drive as defensive Damian Swann and forced a fumble that was recovered dogs would score a touchdown three plays later. Jordan Reed over the middle. Reed turned up punched the ball out at the 5-yard line. Georgia force a punt on a third-and-5 from their Aaron Murray found Malcolm Mitchell Georgias lead. Tight ends fumble one of many key mistakes in Florida losscommitted four of the Gators six turnovers. I made some critical mistakes, Driskel said. Thats what it comes down to. When you have a defense like we do, you cant turn the ball over. Theyre going to make stops. You cant force things. Youve just got to take points, and there were a couple of times there where we took points off the board and put our defense in tough spots. Despite numerous mistakes and a slow start, Florida still had chances to escape with a victory. The Gators failure to seize opportunistic moments proved heartbreaking. Trailing by eight points and facing second-and-6 from Georgias 18-yard line with just more than two minutes remaining, Driskel hit tight end Jordan Reed over the middle for a 13-yard gain. As the play neared completion, Reed jumped from the 5 and attempted to break the plane of the goal line. While airborne, Reed took a hit from UGA linebacker Jarvis Jones and fumbled, losing a grip on both the ball and Floridas control of the SEC East race. The Gators could not recover. It wasnt one play that lost the game for us, Jon Halapio said. It was a team effort. There was no play here or there that situation that we were in during the fourth quarter. The football was not the only thing Florida lost a grip on during Saturdays tween the Gators and the Bulldogs. became so heated, even Florida strength coach Jeff Dillman got involved, yelling at Georgia players and coaches. Overall, UF racked up 10 penalties for 95 yards. Referees called four unsportssonal fouls against the two teams. Under a coach renown for losing his cool on the sidelines, Florida lost control of its emotions. There was a lot of penalties, Jon Bostic said. Some of them we couldnt control. We got to play better in those areas. In Jacksonville, the Gators had a chance to preserve their perfect season. the hardship of the past two seasons behind them. With both the game and the SEC East title on the line, UF could not deliver. defeated season in school history. Gone is a straightforward path to the BCS Championship Game in Miami. All that was left was sadness. Everybody had tears, Jon Halapio said. Everybody was disappointed. Contact Joe Morgan at joemorgan@alligator.org. FOOTBALL, from page 1