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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 Two pedestrians hit by car in Midtown:The two pedestrians, one man and one woman, are both probably going to be OK, pg. 3. The Snappening: Snapchats leaked from third-party app:More than 100,000 images were leaked from Snapsave, pg 8. Santa Fe associate vice president retires after 35 years:She began her career at 17, pg 5. 90 /66 FORECAST 2 OPINIONS 6 CLASSIFIEDS 10 CROSSWORD 12 SPORTS 13Tessa Andujar and UF soccer do not plan on slowing down their production with games left. Read the story on Page 15. VOLUME 109 ISSUE 35 WWW.ALLIGATOR.ORG MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2014LSU 30 FLORIDA 27 MORGAN MORIARTYAlligator Staff Writer@Morgan_MoriartyIt was an up and down week for Florida fans. Monday morning, they woke up with a sense of hope. The Gators went into Knoxville, Tennessee, and pulled out an ugly 10-9 win, helped by backup true freshman quarterback Treon Harris coming in for starter Jeff Driskel late in the third quarter. But around noon on Monday, the mood went south quickly as it was reported that Harris, who gave Florida a much-needed spark on offense, was under investigation for an alleged sexual case that occurred early Sunday morning at UFs Springs Residential Complex. nitely from the football team, and for the majority of the week opinions varied. On Friday afternoon, Harris accuser withdrew her complaint, and Harris was reinstated to the team a few hours after. Head coach Will Muschamp announced Friday he would still not play on Saturday. sues surrounding the program throughout the week, there was still a big game looming Saturday night against the LSU Tigers. Much like the week leading up to Saturday evening in Ben Hill just as back and forth. Five lead changes, inconsistencies and turnovers caused Florida to have a slew of missed opportunities. Jeff Driskels two interceptions. Tight end Tevin Westbrooks drop in the end zone. And the secondarys miscommunication. All of them compounded and resulted in UF (3-2, 2-2 Southeastern Conference) falling 30-27 to LSU (5-2, 1-2 SEC) on Saturdium. A frustrated Will Muschamp entered in front of the podium post game with a long-winded sigh, and a face of obvious chagrin and disappointment. Turnovers killed us, especially early in the game when we gave them a freebie, the fourthyear head coach said. They did a good job running the football with the drive in the third quarter during third downs. We werent we didnt maintain drives offensively. The plays were there, but Florida failed to execute. Driskels turnover issues continued on Saturday he fumbled and threw an interception early in the second quarter. His second interception on the ON THIN ICERachel Crosby / Alligator Staff The Gators not out of SEC race yetSEE FOOTBALL, PAGE 15 ARIANA FIGUEROAAlligator Staff WriterUFs College of Education has received the largest donation from an alumni in its history. Anita Zucker, an alumna from the College of Education, donated $5 million to the college to enhance early childhood development and learning experience programs. UFs Center for Excellence in Early Childhood Studies will now be called the Anita Zucker Center for Excellence in Early Childhood Studies in honor of Zuckers donation. This gift will ensure that the center will be endowed and will exist in UF forever, said Patricia Snyder, director of the UF Anita Zucker Center for Excellence in Early Childhood Studies. Zucker has worked with children since she was 12 years old. She received a bachelors degree in education from UF and taught English and social studies to elementary school children in Florida and South Carolina for 11 years. She later became the CEO of the Hudson Bay Co. and head of the InterTech Group after her husband, Jerry, passed away. What I have come to learn from the $5 million alumni donationGAMEDAY MELISSA MIHMAlligator Staff WriterAbout 127 people were either arrested or ejected from the UF vs. Louisiana State University football game Saturday night 13 more than the last LSU home game in 2012. Out of the 118 people who were ejected, 49 were UF students. Seventeen of the ejections were made for possession of alcohol, along with 28 for disorderly conduct, 22 for intoxication, 16 for ticket switching, 12 for sitting in the wrong section, 13 for not having a ticket and 10 for smoking. Nine people were arrested the most since the 12 arrests made at the 2012 University of South Carolina home game Oct. 20. Three arrests were UF students. One was for alcohol possession, one for disorderly conduct and one for battery. Six were charged with trespassing after warning. Since the beginning of this football season, the number of gameday arrests and ejections has increased. At the canceled home opener against the University of Idaho on Aug. 30, there were 25 arrests and ejections total, while 98 people were either arrested or ejected at UFs SEC home opener against the University of Kentucky on Sept. 13. Saturdays game came just 35 incidents shy of the 158 ejections and four arrests made at last years Florida State University home game.118 ejected, 9 arrested at gameSEE ZUCKER, PAGE 4

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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 ISSN 0889-24232, ALLIGATOR MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2014 TODAYFORECASTThe Alligator The Alligator FRIDAY THURSDAY WEDNESDAY TUEDAY SUNNY 84/59 SUNNY 82/55 RAIN 82/59 THUNDERSTORMS 88/72 SUNNY 90/66 VOLUME 109 ISSUE 35 Megalodon: Largest Shark that Ever Lived exhibit The largest shark ever known has returned to Gainesville. Visit the Florida Museum of Natural Historys featured exhibit about megalodon, a dominant marine predator that once cruised the worlds oceans. Walk through the full-scale jaw of a 60-foot-long shark sculpture to learn the story of this fantastic ancient creature, including its size, structure, diet, lifespan, relatives, neighbors, evolution, extinction and new science that continues to reveal megalodons tale. The object-rich exhibit features fossil specimens from several collections and life-sized, scale models of other fossils and modern sharks. Tooth-shaped display units include actual megalodon fossils, and the exhibit is rich in hands-on, familyfriendly activities. It is on display through Jan. 4, 2015. UF students with a valid Gator 1 Card receive free admission. Got something going on? Want to see it in this space? Send an email with Whats Happening in the subject line to cwright@alligator.org. To ensure publication in the next days newspaper, please submit the event before 4 p.m. Please model your submissions after above events and keep them 150 words or fewer. Improperly formatted Whats Happening submissions may not appear in the paper. Press releases will not appear in the paper.WHATS HAPPENINGOur Robotic Future: A talk by Evan Selinger Evan Selinger from the Rochester Institute of Technology will explore how Americans are increasingly outsourcing intimate emotional labor to service providers like elder caretakers, love coaches and wedding planners, as well as tools like smartphones and self-driving cars. He will question the problematic, even tragic, results of this reliance, such as distorted family values and declining civic life. As we become increasingly dependent upon electronic devices, we may fall into what Selinger terms the outsourcing illusion or become submissive to technology, instead of using it to improve our lives. His lecture will take place today in Smathers Library, Room 100 at 5:30 p.m. Small Group Training Open House Small Group Training offers the opportunity to explore fitness in a different way by merging Group Fitness classes with Personal Training. Small Group Training classes focus on a specialized format, individual progression and skill development at an affordable price. Stop by the Small Group Training Open House at the Southwest Recreation Center for a free opportunity to check out the classes RecSports has to offer. Open House sessions are today and Tuesday from 5:30 to 7 p.m. and Wednesday and Thursday from 6:30 to 8 p.m. For more information, visit recsports.ufl.edu/fitness/small-group-training. Humanists on Campus Meeting Join UFs only humanist organization for a spirited discussion on themes such as religion, science, ethics and politics this Wednesday at 7:20 p.m. in Little Hall, Room 237. For more information, join our Facebook group: UF HoC: Humanists on Campus. LGBT speaker coming to Gainesville Join us Oct. 21 as Elizabethe Payne, the founder and director of The Queering Education Research Institute (QuERI) currently located at Hunter College in New York City, hosts a discussion about the importance of restructuring school culture in order to address the issue of LGBT bullying. The event will begin at 6 p.m. and will be hosted at Cymplify Central located at 5402 NW Eighth Ave. in Gainesville. It is sponsored by UF LGBT Affairs and Gainesville Equality Youth. Big Pink Volleyball Registration closes Oct. 23 Big Pink Volleyball is happening Oct. 28 at Southwest Recreation Center. Unlike regular volleyball, Big Pink Volleyball is played with a hot pink Kin-Ball, a 4-foottall, 2-pound sport ball. Registration closes Oct. 23 at 5 p.m. on rsconnect.recsports.ufl.edu. Your team must have a minimum of four players to participate. Additional players may be on your team, but no more than six can play at a time. Participants are asked to donate $5, with all proceeds going to the Breast Cancer Research Fund at UF Health. For more information, visit recsports.ufl.edu/events/ detail/6014. Servant Leadership Institute The Servant Leadership Institute is a day-long experience sponsored by the UF Center for Leadership and Service for student groups who are interested in increasing the breadth and depth of their impact on UF campus and in the greater Gainesville community. As a participant in the Servant Leader Institute, you will have the opportunity to network, solve problems and develop skills and knowledge related to servant leadership, coalition building and service-learning with other student leaders, Gainesville community members and UF faculty and staff. The institute will take place Nov. 8 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Applications are due by Nov. 3. You and two other members of your organization are encouraged to apply. For more information and to apply to be a participant, please visit: http:// bit.ly/UFServantLeader. Elegance of Science Contest art competition The Elegance of Science Contest art competition, sponsored by The Marston Science Library and Florida Museum of Natural History, facilitates the link between artistic and scientific perceptions of reality. The contest is open to UF students, staff or faculty who have created 2-D images as part of their research, or that incorporate scientific tools or concepts. Entries must be submitted by Dec. 20. For more information, visit flmnh.ufl.edu/ elegance-science/ or email eleganceofscience@uflib.ufl. edu. Have an event planned? Add it to the Alligators online calendar:alligator.org/calendar

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BOTH ARE PROBABLY GOING TO BE OK. GIUSEPPE SABELLAAlligator Contributing WriterTwo people tried to cross West University Avenue toward UFs campus late Friday night before police said they were struck by an eastbound vehicle near The Swamp Restaurant. when the man and woman walked into the street, and evidence suggests they both smashed into the oncoming vehicles windshield before landing on the roadway, according to a report. Gainesville Police spokesthe woman was conscious and alert with obvious head injuries at the scene. Large amounts of blood pooled from the back of the mans head as he gradually lost consciousness. UF Health Shands Hospital reported to police that both pedestrians were stable and likely to be OK. After the victims were transported to the hospital, the Ford Focus with a shattered windshield illuminated a small puddle of blood with its headlights. A single sandal laid nearby. Ayla Morales, a UF public relations junior, got a glimpse of the aftermath while out with friends. I felt like I was in a movie, Morales, 20, said. I felt like I wasnt allowed to be there. Avenue and Northwest 17th Street was shut down for about two hours. Police said the driver does not face any violations. ALLIGATOR Giuseppe Sabella/AlligatorPolice stand on West University Avenue after a man and woman were struck by a car while crossing the street without a signal Friday night. Two pedestrians hit by a car in Midtown

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THEY EXPECT TO FINISH BY 2016. PATRICK PINAKAlligator Staff Writerppinak@alligator.orgLeaders of UF and the chemistry department put on their hard hats and brought out their shovels to break ground on the new Chemistry/Chemical Biology Building on Friday morning. The building, which will be situated at Buckman Drive and West University Avenue, studies. ate studies and classrooms for lower-level state-of-the-art labs for faculty and graduate students working in chemical biology and chemical synthesis. This new building will make the chemistry program much more attractive to graduate students and professors, said William Dolbier, chairman of the chemistry department. Construction on the 110,000 square-foot building is expected to be completed in May of 2016. It will cost about $67 million to build, and about $42 million of which has been committed by the state of Florida. At the event, Bernie Machen said the building will help UF take another step forward. This building will be the fourth chemistry building at UF. Leigh Hall, where most of the general chemistry courses are taught, was built in 1927. Dolbier said this new building is a long time coming. The current chemistry labs were designed for six students but are holding about 21 students, he said. Freshmen would come here and think, this is worse than my high school, and would be turned away from pursuing chemistry here, he said, but now, this will open their eyes and let them see chemistry at its best. Forty percent of the incoming freshman class is taking general chemistry classes, said Cory Yeffet, UF Student Body president. Chemistry is required for engineering, biology and medicine students. Dolbier said he thinks this new building will allow for more collaborations between the College of Medicine and the College of Engineering. You cant have a top 10 university without a top chemistry department, Dolbier said. state I live in (South Carolina) is the youngest children are the most ignored and the most suffering and the most living in poverty, so the opportunities are great to make a difference in the lives of young children, she said. Zuckers donation will be combined with another $5 million in preeminence support from the university. Zucker said she is glad to give back to her former college. Im just honored to be a Gator, she said. The center is housed in the College of Education and will collaborate with other colleges on campus such as the College of Medicine, the College of Public Health and Health Professions, and the College of Nursing. The center will also collaborate with research centers, such as the Baby Gator Child Development Center and the UF Institute for Child Health Policy. Its bigger than just the College of Education, its bringing together people interested in early child issues from birth to 5 years old, said Maureen Conroy, co-director of UF Anita Zucker Center for Excellence in Early Childhood Studies. Other faculty members in the College of Education, such as professor Mary Brownell, said its important when a donor is interested in improving early supports for children. I wish more individuals porting the university would consider the importance of supporting the Colleges efforts to improve teaching and research on teaching, particularly for those populations of students that are most vulnerable, such as students with disabilities, she wrote in an email. 4, ALLIGATOR MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2014Gabrielle Calise / AlligatorUF President Bernie Machen, second from left, participates in the Chemistry/Chemical Biology Building groundbreaking ceremony Friday.UF ALUMNI ALEXIA FERNANDEZAlligator Staff Writerafernandez@alligator.orgA UF alumnus challenged himself to a 156-mile bike ride along the east coast to support a cause he said does not get enough attention. Stephen Fitzmaurice, a UF alumnus, completed a three-day bike ride through four states, from Maryland to Washington, D.C., with the Gears for Good charity bike ride to raise money for the Hemophilia Federation of America. Fitzmaurice, 27, said he had both personal and professional reasons for making the trip from Sept. 26 to Sept. 28. Hemophilia is like the underdog medical group, he said. A lot of folks dont know about bleeding disorders and how to treat them, so it really spoke to me. He said he also wanted push himself and take on the bike trail, along with 25 other riders. Fitzmaurice raised $1,295 out of the more than $90,000 raised by the charity. One hundred percent of the donations go to patients and their families to pay for medical expenses. Hemophilia, a rare genetic bleeding disorder, affects only 20,000 people in the U.S., according to the Hemophilia Federation of America website. The disorder can cause internal or external bleeding episodes, affecting the joints, muscles and abdomen. There is no cure for it, and treatment typically costs about $350,000 a year. Hemophilia is not only physically and emotionally painful, it can lie Boutin, Hemophilia Federation of America development coordinator, in a press release. I am proud to organize this fundraiser to help moms and dads who have lost their jobs or paychecks because they stayed in the hospital with their children. Fitzmaurice, who now works Washington, D.C., said he enjoyed working with Gears for Good to help change lives. It was really cool for me to meet community members during the bike ride, Fitzmaurice said. Youre meeting folks that have hemophilia and that have different experiences with types of treatment. Some of the people he met along the way contracted HIV and hepatitis C throughout their years with the disorder from various blood transfusions in the 1950s and 1960s. Fitzmaurice said his involvement was a once-in-a-lifetime experience. thing like this, he said. The program, Gears for Good, really spoke to me, and I enjoyed helping these people out. Theyre just inspiring.UF alumnus rides bike 156-miles for Gears for Good charity UF breaks ground on new chemistry building near Buckman UF ALUMNI CHABELI HERRERAAlligator Staff Writercherrera@alligator.orgPaul Myers, administrator of the Florida Department of Health in Alachua County, is taking his talents to Tallahassee. Myers began his temporary position as interim deputy secretary for statewide services at the Florida Department of Health on Oct. 1. The UF alumnus started working for the Alachua County department after graduation. An advertisement in The Gainesville Sun prompted him to apply for a position as an environmental health inspector. On a Friday the 13th in May 1988, he got the job. He hasnt left since. Its fascinating to me that 26 years have gone by, Myers said. If you had told me when I was hired that I would have been here 26 years later, I would have looked at you and probably smiled. Myers has taken many posts since 1988, working as an environmental supervisor, environmental health and epidemiology director, assistant administrator and overall administrator the position he has held since 2012. Myers will split his time between Gainesville and Tallahassee until Dec. 31, when a permanent deputy secretary or another interim deputy secretary will be hired. He welcomes the new challenge of overseeing all 67 counties in Florida, he said. Myers will also be responsible for overseeing the Division of Public Health Statistics and Performance Management. He takes over for C. Meade Grigg, who is retiring. In life, if you ever stop growing, I really believe you start to die, Myers said. This was an opportunity to grow and to learn and to contribute, and that appealed to me. Tom Belcuore, former administrator of the Florida Department of Health in Alachua County from 1984 to 2008, said he knew Myers would go far in the department from the moment he met him. We were very lucky that he decided to come to Alachua County Health Department when he did, Belcoure said. He certainly made my life a lot easier. Belcoure praised Myers ability to work with others and his competitive drive to take on projects and perform at his best qualities he said will suit Myers well in his new position. When his term ends, Myers said he has no intention of applying for the permanent position. I have no ambition to leave Alachua County, he said.UF alumnus becomes interim FL heath department administrator ZUCKER, from page 1Its for education college Hemophilia is not only physically and emotionally challenging. Allie Boutindevelopment coordinator This was an opportunity to grow and to learn and to contribute, and that appealed to me.Paul Myersdepartment administrator

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2014 ALLIGATOR, 5Aaron Albright / AlligatorLooking Glass ISABELLA ALSINAAlligator Contributing WriterAlumni can get up and give all throughout the week as part of an annual Homecoming tradition. For its fourth year, the Get Up and Give campaign is once again urging alumni to donate to UFs campus-wide projects. Alumni can donate to more than 20 projects hosted by each college until Friday. Its a nice way for alumni to look back to Homecoming in the past while helping UF in the future, said Heather Duiser, associate director of Annual Giving at the UF Foundation. Whether its donating to graduate school scholarships for the College of Education or a mission trip to Mexico for the College of Nursing, alumni have the opportunity to give money to causes they want to support. Alumni are able to pick what theyre passionate about, and thats what we want them to donate to, Duiser said. Last year, Get Up and Give raised more than $60,000. About 80 percent of the universitys budget comes from private donations, whether its from alumni or corporations, Duiser said. The projects that received the most donations last year included the Machen Florida Opportunity Scholars Program, the Alumni Association Membership Drive and Dance Marathon at UF. Get Up and Give is an incredible initiative on behalf of the University of Florida to engage all alumni, and we are proud to partner with them to continue to raise funds and awareness For the Kids, said Taylor Chambers, the overall director of Dance Marathon at UF. UFs social media accounts will be posting about the campaign using the hashtag #GetUpAndGiveUF.UFs Homecoming Week tied together by charitable traditionMore than $60,000 was raised last year MELISSA MIHMAlligator Staff Writermmihm@alligator.orgThree Gainesville residents were arrested Friday after an attempted drug deal. Leon Perry, 65, tried to buy prescription narcotic pain pills from Keith Torres, 39, and Brittany Miller, 24, according to a report. When the two parties met up Thursday night, Perry handed Miller who was in a car with Torres $2,300 in cash. Miller and Torres then sped off without giving the drugs to Perry. Perry proceeded to chase Miller and Torres in his car. He then called police, who located the vehicle chase. Torres, Miller and Perry were all stopped by Gainesville Police at 1100 NE Eighth Ave. early Friday morning. The cash was found in Torres car and seized for forfeiture. Both Torres and Miller were arrested on charges of grand theft and both have bonds set at $10,000. Perry was arrested on charges of conspiracy to purchase a controlled substance. He was released Friday on his own recognizance. Two Gainesville men were arrested Friday after police said they found containers of crack cocaine Anthony Albert Allen, 38, was initially pulled over at 3500 SW 27th St. for a license plate light viohis passenger Dario Miller Veale, 22, quickly shoe. gram of crack cocaine near the shoe they retrieved. suggestively packaged for sale, but the powder did not test positive for a controlled substance. Law enforcement are still conducting tests on what the powdery material was. When police searched Allens vehicle, they found a pill bottle in the center cup holder with four grams of cocaine. Another small plastic bag with more white powder was found in the car, but it also did not test positive for a controlled substance. Allen was arrested on charges of cocaine possession with intent to sell and for driving with a suspended license. His bond is currently set at $252,500. Veale was arrested on charges of cocaine possession with intent to sell and for resisting ofA Gainesville woman was arrested Saturday after police said she swung a steak knife at a man she had a sexual relationship with. Shortly before 5 p.m., Vera Yvonne Mathews got into an argument with the victim in the living room of her home at 501 SE 18th St., a report said. Follow4-inch-long knife from the kitchen. She then swung the knife at the victims face. The victim got a 2-inch cut on the palm of his hand after he raised his hands in an effort to protect himself. Police found the blood-covered knife Mathews used to cut the victim in the kitchen. Both Mathews and the victim admitted to having sexual relations for the past several months, but Mathews denied ever trying to injure the victim with a knife. Mathews was arrested on charges of aggravated battery. Her bond is currently set at $50,000.Police roundup: Botched drug deal; crack cocaine found; steak knife fightCRIME HUNTER WILLIAMSONAlligator Contributing WriterBennye Alligood started working at Santa Fe College as a 17-year-old student, just two established in 1965. Her early part-time job in audio-visual equipment delivery launched her 35-year career at Santa Fe, where she retired last week as associate vice president for educational centers, having enrolled about 24,000 students, according to a press release. A send-off party with Santa Fe staff Friday marked the end of Alligoods service. Described by those who worked with her as joyful and a natural leader, Alligood was friendly and extraordinarily articulate about the mission of the college and made everyone feel welcomed and valued, said Edward Bonahue, the colleges academic affairs provost. At the retirement party, Bonahue said Alligood has brought memory of what the college has been and also an inspiring vision of what the college should be and will continue to be. Following a 10-year hiatus after moving with her husband to Georgia, Alligood returned to the college and was named the administrative assistant to former academic affairs vice president Robert Myers, according to the release. Bennye represents the very best of what Santa Fe is, was and sure will ever be, said Myers. Working at Santa Fe was never a job for Bennye, it was a calling, he said. Cheryl Farrell said taking care of people was in Alligoods nature. The executive assistant for the colleges assessment, research, and technology department worked with Alligood for Shes very genuine. Shes very open, Farrell said. She icy. She was never too busy for anyone. Santa Fe President Jackson Sasser said he valued Alligood during their time as colleagues. Every major decision that Ive made for this college for the last 12 years, she has been consulted, he said. When asked if she was sad about leaving Santa Fe, Alligood said, More than you can imagine. Its been a great part of my life. Ive been here almost from the beginning. When Alligood started her more than three-decade career, she said Santa Fe was housed just seven blocks from UFs campus. Everybody said, Why do you want to have a college right next to the University of Florida? It just wont even be successful, she said. Nearly 50 years later, Santa Fe is ranked by the Aspen Institute as one of the top 10 community colleges nationwide.Santa Fe College associate vice president retires after 35 years Its a nice way for alumni to look back to Homecoming in the past while helping UF in the future.associate director of Annual GivingAlligood

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Reader responseThe 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. 53 TOTAL VOTES92% YES 8% NOVote or post a message at www.alligator.orgFridays question: Do you support community gardens? Todays question: Are you worried about the Snapchat leak?Dropped complaint vs. false accusationBy now, weve all heard about the sexual assault Treon Harris last week and later dropped by the accuser. Well never know why the complaint was dropped with the announcement that the complaint had been this campus who think any woman at any time could be ports an assault can be a traumacan lead many people to drop assault can hurt their credibility tremendously and have accusations do occur. sexual partners. TehQuin Forbes is a UF sociology junior. His column appears on Mondays.Florida public records fees must be kept in checkI records were available but would cost the center more than Circuit. yet, the state should develop or utilize more advanced technoloWWW.ALLIGATOR.ORG/OPINIONS Kristan Wiggins EDITOR Bakr Saliq Colleen Wright MANAGING EDITORS Elliot Levy OPINIONS EDITOR TehQuin Forbesopinions@alligator.org

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2014 ALLIGATOR, 7 L Thats So Raven star Raven-Symon did an interview with Oprah just an American. inal reaction was misguided and that Raven hit the nail on the head. icans, Asian-Americans, European-Americans or any just call ourselves Americans. group, race, creed, nationality or ideology that isnt dividing ourselves and then using these divisions as a means to an end. our own Congress. not getting much done and then trying to get their hind it. We end up just hating each and not moving seven days a week cycles. catastrophe on Democrats, nor can we turn on MSNthe nations woes. hatred has trickled down, and we are all starting to resent those who arent the same as us. tioning society, and the only way to another country. other than American. dualism. unique, we are all still Americans. time, we should do everything in our power to look past these dividing characteristics. vide ourselves. our progress, we should take Ravens advice and just Nick Eagle is a UF economics and political science senior. His column appears on Mondays.We should all be proud AmericansColumnNick Eagleopinions@alligator.org Oed. ment 2 will have. juana legislation. Proposition 215 passed in 1996, and poorly regulated system that allows virtually anyone to However, much has changed in the ensuing 20 years. patient. mission. Proposition 215 lacked this language, and that as reactive. Florida is employing a measured process Floridians who agree that we should allow compassionlegislative and rulemaking process. Rather than deny countless patients across Florida, like her mother, acon 2, stay engaged and help make Floridas medical the country. Christopher Johns is a third-year UF law student.Medical marijuana amendment concerns about consequences, meaning unfoundedGuest column

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8, ALLIGATOR MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2014Gabrielle Calise / AlligatorSavannah SupportsSavannah Wheless, a 20-year-old UF junior, writes on a door for National Coming Out Day. LGBT Affairs and Pride Student Union hosted the day on the Plaza of the Americas. REBA LIDDY Alligator Contributing WriterThe aroma of smoked sausages, hamburgers and hotdogs wafted from an 80-foot-long grill stationed near Gate 2 of the Stephen C. OConnell Center on Saturday. The Ultimate Smoker and Grill cooked up enough for 5,000 Gator fans at the HISTORY All-American Tailgate Tour event, hosted by the History channel. UF was the fourth stop on the tailgate tour, The grill was operated by Trace Rib Whisperer Arnold. Arnold became involved in the event after History reached out to him to bring his grill on the tour. Arnold said he can typically cook 1,000 hotdogs, 500 hamburgers or 200 16-ounce steaks simultaneously. Arnold gave fans a preview of his expertise by offering free smoked sausages. Its Historys way of giving back to the people and the collegesand saying thanks to the people watching the shows, Arnold said. Arnold said the spirit of tailgating is what urged him to participate in the tour. Jennifer Hayes, the senior marketing manager for the History channel within the consumer marketing department, said the event took a year of careful planning with the hopes of reaching out to the History audience. We thought the college football game area would be perfect because they all gather here, theyre having a great time, and they all watch History, Hayes said. Hayes said the History channel plans to host another tailgate next year, and they are Fans had the opportunity to win small prizes during the tailgate and through social media. They were encouraged to use Twitter and Instagram with the hashtag #HISTORYtailgate. UF sociology junior Jasmine Walker waited in line to ride the mechanical gator at the event. She said the History tailgate stood out among other tailgating booths. I wish this happened more than once a year, Walker, 20, said. Its great to see students and the Gainesville community gather together.History channel hosts All-American tailgate at LSU game LAUREN BOBEKAlligator Contributing WriterCelebrities are not the only ones having their personal pictures leaked online. Photos and videos from Snapchat, a popular photo messaging application, were released Friday. More than 100,000 images were leaked from a third-party app using Snapchat, Business Insider reported. Hackers have been compilonto the chat forum 4Chan. A majority of the content released onto the Internet contained nude photos of minors. Users on 4Chan are referring to the hack as The Snappening. Bruce Floyd, social media manager for University Athletic Association, said services like Snapchat can never reveal compromising photos if they place. I hope it makes people aware about the kinds of content that they are posting, Floyd said. these leaked photos came from third-party sites, according to Business Insider. A third-party Snapchat client application has changed through the application, providing hackers with access to a library. Files sent through the ofautomatically deleted after an allotted shared time. With an application called Snapsave, users can keep Snapchat photos and videos. News reports have suggested this was one of the applications intercepted by hackers. Snapchat has been hacked. Last year, Snapchat users phone numbers were stolen. UF psychology senior Briana Glick, an avid Snapchat user, said she will now be more careful with what she sends. It is an invasion of privacy that Snapchat is leaking these pictures, the 21-year-old said. more apprehensive in using Snapchat.The Snappening: Snapchats leaked from third-party app CAITIE SWITALSKIAlligator Contributing Writer Beginning in December, Gainesville Police will ofR.A.D. classes at the GPD station. dinator for University Police, said GPD approached her to help train more instructors as an expansion. GPD wants to add R.A.D. to their regular offerings, Lamb said. Its amazing its what its really all about with R.A.D. There are over 11,000 instructors in the nation. The goal is to keep expanding so more women can be safer. R.A.D. classes are basic self-defense classes designed for women. They consist of four three-hour classes about verbal, moderate and extreme techniques to escape attacks and build empowerment. GPD Sgt. Paris Owens and Lamb have already started offering R.A.D. classes for the community Sundays at the GPD station. I was a student who became an instructor, Lamb said. Lamb has taught students who have gone on to teach R.A.D. classes of their own. We all work together. Thats what its all about, she said. Becca Javier, a UF communications sciences and disorders sophomore, said she is proud of R.A.D.s upcoming expansion. I think its good because some of the recent attacks didnt happen on UFs campus, Javier, 19, said. ITS A $105 MILLION PLEDGE. MELISSA SMITHAlligator Contributing WriterFour years after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill plagued the Gulf of Mexico, the third and largest phase of gulf restoration projects was announced almost 70 percent of which Florida will head. Gov. Rick Scott announced the states $105 million pledge to plan and was drafted by the Deepwater Horizon oil spills natural resource damage assessment trustees. Florida is heading 30 of 44 total projects, along with Texas, Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi. About $88 million is designated for 28 projects throughout communities along the Florida Panhandle, according to Ashley Williams, Florida Department of Environmental Protection spokeswoman. Another $15 million will go toward two projects near the Gulf Islands in Escambia County. When the Horizon blew in the Gulf of Mexico, it was a major catastrophic loss for Escambia County, said Gene Valentino, an Escambia County commissioner. He said the $15 million designated to his region is but a sliver of what is needed to resolve the damages in our county. These restoration projects include scallop enhancement, sea grass hatcheries, Williams said. But the majority of Florida funding is going to recreational projects like protecting the dunes and boat ramps. Floridas biggest known injury to date is lost recreational use, so thats why theyre more heavily focused on that at this point, Williams said. The department expects to receive BP funding within the next couple of weeks and begin implementing projects in about 105 days. UF business administration senior Katherine Salz said restoration projects should receive more funding. We dont know how much damage has been done and how much is irreversible, said Salz, 21. Ultimately, its most important that wildlife is preserved.Gov. Rick Scott announces oil spill damage recovery plans GAMED A Y Its Historys way of giving back to the people and the colleges and saying thanks to the people watching the shows.Trace ArnoldRib Whisperer It is an invasion of privacy that Snapchat is leaking these pictures.Briana GlickUF psychology senior

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2014 ALLIGATOR, 9 Remembering Gator Growls Past Homecoming 1982 It takes a certain kind of comedian to get an audience of expectant college students to laugh at the same joke or sound effect in this case about bodybuilders not once, but twice. Robin Williams grunted his way through one part of headlining the 1982 Gator Growl. I go ooh, wow, I feel like Im having an orgasm in front of 65,000 people. I feel like smoking a cigarette and asking Was it good for me? He had fun with the crowd, even taking a camera from someone in the front row to take a picture of his groin, calling it Mr. Happy, the incredible heat-seeking moisture missile. He lamented his days on Mork and Mindy, while sparing no faint-of-heart in the crowd from any four-letter word. Homecoming 1984 The pudding man blessed UFs campus for the the 59th Growl. He kept his traditional standup topics, which were tweaked for a college audience. I come on campus and I hear it party, he joked. Thrown in with his jokes about childhood and parenthood, he joked about parents sending their kids to college to make their brains fall out from studying, all while wearing a bright orange sweatsuit with the number 69 on the front and back. Homecoming 1986 Long before Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, Jerry Seinfeld was the second act in the 1986 Growl. Steven Wright headlined the event in front of about 70,000 students, but the audience seemed to prefer Seinfelds sarcastic jabs to Wrights philosophical jokes. He made full-body gestures at his distaste for hair on the bathroom wall, and he touted shower radios as a great idea because theres no better place to dance than a slick surface next to a glass door. KRISTAN WIGGINSDaniela Prizont-Cado / AlligatorSoulFestStomp the Swamp performs at the Phillips Center for the Performing Arts on Sunday night. The group was one of 13 that participated in the 15th anniversary of UF SoulFest. IT CELEBRATES NATIONAL ARTS AND HUMANITIES MONTH. BRYAN FAUXAlligator Contributing WriterThe UF College of Fine Arts will hold a Pop-Up Culture event Wednesday to celebrate National Arts and Humanities Month. The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, along with the Florida Museum of Natural History, the Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art and the Phillips Center for the Performing Arts will host events including clay throwing, art exhibitions and photography workshops. The events are to raise awareness for arts and humanities and will be held from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. around campus. Jessica Ward, marketing assistant for the College of Fine Arts, wrote in an email that the event will feature swing dancing, as well as poetry readings, spoken word performances and philosophical debates. Ward said the events are important because they showcase the arts, which often take a back seat to the science, technology, engineering and mathematics curriculum. We cannot afford to neglect the arts, Ward said. I do think enough students appreciate the arts, but it might not be coming from their educational experiences but from innate desires to do so. The events will take place on the Plaza of the Americas, the Fine Arts Complex and the Southwest Recreation Center, according to a press release. These performances are outside, so we will reach many who would not purchase performance tickets, Ward said. Tori Glod, a UF dance junior, is participating in Pop-Up Culture this year. She said the School of Theatre and Dance will perform excerpts around campus from a dance piece. Glod, 22, said the event is a great opportunity to bring awareness to the arts that are prevalent on campus.Arts events to Pop-Up around campus We cannot afford to neglect the arts.Jessica Wardmarketing assistant

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We will newspaper uses great care in accepting or rejecting advertising according to its suitability, we cannot verify that all advertising claims or offers are completely valid in every case and, therefore, cannot assume any responsibility for any injury or loss arising from offers and acceptance of offers of goods and/or services through any advertising contained herein.In Person:Cash, Check, MC, or Visa 1105 W. University Ave. By E-mail :By Fax: (352) 376-3015 By Mail: Sorry, no cash by mail. MasterCard, Visa or checks only.By Phone: (352) 373-FIND When Will Your Ad Run? tion days later. Ads may run for any length of time and be cancelled at any time. Sorry, but there can be no refunds or credits for cancelled ads. Corrections and Cancellations: Cancellations: No refunds or credits can be given. Alligator errors: corrections before noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. 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ALLIGATOR Alligator Classifieds is the way to get your 2 wheels on the road. Show off your bikes, scooters, and repair services. Call 373-FIND to get your classified in. 12-10-14-73-11 NEW SCOOTERS 4 LESS Great Scooters, Service & Prices! 118 NW 14th Ave, Ste D, 336-1271 Vespa, Genuine, GMW, & More! NS4L.com facebook.com/newscooters4less 12-10-14-73-11 SCOOTER REPAIRNew Scooters 4 Less has LOW repair rates! Will repair any make/model. Close to UF! Pick-ups avail. Cheap oil changes!! 336-1271 12-10-14-73-11 Road Rat Motors Largest Scooter Store in Town! Run by Gator Grads! New scooters starting at $999. 1-2yr warranties with roadside assistance includ ed. 376-6275 RoadRatMotors.com 12-1014-73-11 Road Rat Motors offers FREE pickup service for any paid scooter repair. LOWEST labor rate, quickest turnaround in town! Will repair ANY brand scooter. Free estimates. 376-6275. RoadRatMotors.com 12-10-1473-11 SCOOTER RENTALSRent for a day, week, month or semester. 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Call 352-259-2020 1210-14-73-12 91 Chevy Caprice Wagon $999 95 Toyota Camry $1250 88 Honda Civic $1250 95 Pontiac Bonneville $1300 352-338-1999 12-10-73-12 02 Dodge Intrepid $1750 92 Nissan Maxima $999 95 Pontiac Bonneville $1300 92 Ford Crown Vic $1999 352-338-1999 12-10-73-12 97 Ford Contour $950 00 Dodge Intrepid $1300 92 Toyota Camry $1750 91 Chevy Blazer $699 352-338-1999 12-10-50-12 This newspaper assumes no responsibility for injury or loss arising from contacts made through advertising. We suggest that any reader who responds to advertising use caution and investigate the sincerity of the advertiser before giving out personal information or arranging meetings or investing money. UF GRAD PAYS MOREfor gold jewelry, scrap gold, Rolex, diamonds, guitars, etc. Top $$$. Get my offer before you sell! Call Jim 376-8090 or 222-8090 12-10-73-13 The American Cancer Society Road to Recovery Volunteers Needed!VOLUNTEER DRIVERS NEEDEDto transport cancer patients to treatment. Flexible schedule. Training and liability insurance provided. Please call 352-240-5062 if interested. St. Francis House is a homeless shelter and soup kitchen located in downtown Gainesville, and we are looking for help from volunteers like you. St. Francis House depends on monetary support from individual donors and community businesses in order to help feed the homeless and the hungry.If you are interested in volunteering,please contact Candice Jones at (352) 378-9079 or sfhcoor@stfrancis.cfcoxmail.comTo make a donation by mail,please send checks payable to St. Francis House P.O. Box 12491 Gainesville, FL 32604 CASH PAID $300 AND UP!!!ANY CONDITION-RUNNING OR NOT!!! FREE TOWING & SAME DAY PICK-UP NO TITLE NEEDED CALL 352-259-2020 12-10-14-73-12 VOLUNTEERS NEEDED I AM BLIND & WOULD LIKE HELP WITH: Rides to church: Mass at Queen of Peace. Learning to rake knit hats to send to Haiti & other places. 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12, ALLIGATOR Advertising Office Manager/ National Account ExecutiveThe Independent Florida Alligator, the largest, student-run newspaper in the country, is seeking to hire someone with the following qualifications. Full Time position Enthusiastic Detail oriented Excellent organizational skills Office Administrative skills, clerical skills Ability to multitask and meet deadlines Excellent customer service skills Head national sales Ability to train new employees Experienced with Microsoft Office Great communication skills, personable Quick learner Help manage team of constantly changing student sales staff Nonprofit organization Modest Salary Great working environment Generous holiday and vacation benefits Send cover letter and resume to soconnor@alligator.org to be considered for an interview. No phone calls please. EOE P/T soccer instructor for elementary school age boy. $30/first hr, $15 each hour after. Email resume to rosenson@ufl.edu. 1014-14-5-14 P/T receptionist for dental office, hours 8 am-1 pm. Salary dependent on experience. Email resume to gdentaljob@gmail.com 10-14-14-5-14 Part-time algebra tutor needed for high school student. $15/hr. Must have own transportation. Please send resume to loki335d@gmail.com. 10-13-144-14 Help Wanted: a companion for elderly lady capable of caring for self. 3 days a week, 3 hours per day: 3 6pm. Home 8 miles from campus. Call 352-466-7027 Gator Grad 10-13-14-4-14 F/T receptionist needed for law firm in Gainesville. Must possess excellent writing and communication skills. Contact Carrillo & Carrillo at 352-371-4000. 10-17-14-7-14 Part-time executive assistant. Job will involve performing office/business work + some personal errands as needed. The job offers approx. 10-20 hours of work/wk. 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MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2014 WWW.ALLIGATORSPORTS.ORG Maria Torres was a bright spot for the UF womens golf team in North Carolina. Read the story at alligatorSports.org.Kelly Murphy helps USA Volleyball win goldFormer Florida right-side hitter Kelly Murphy and the USA volleyball team defeated China 3-1 to take gold at the FIVB World Championship in Milan on Sunday. Murphy was second on the team with 11 kills.UF swimming sweeps LSUThe Florida swimming and diving teams swept LSU on Friday to remain undefeated all-time in the series. Read the story online at alligatorSports.org. RICHARD JOHNSONAlligator Staff Writer@RagjUFSlight confusion surrounded the end of Floridas 30-27 loss against LSU Saturday night. After the Tigers forced a turnover with 24 seconds remaining, running back Terrence Magee had a 3-yard run, getting slightly closer to set up a game-winning Delahoussaye. But as the clock wound down, Florida (3-2, 2-2 Southeastern Conference) players impeded LSUs attempt to spike the ball and kill the clock the Tigers (5-2, 1-2 SEC) had no timeouts. play, the runner was ruled down with approximately 20 seconds remaining in the game, an SEC termined the defensive team dethe ball ready for play by failing to unpile in a timely manner. The referee stopped the game clock in order to get the ball ready for play and he reset the game clock to the time at which he recognized the delay. But in an identical situation laid out in the NCAA rulebook section four, article two, subsection II: (if) On a running play late in the half the Team A (LSU) ball carrier is tackled inbounds. Team B (Florida) players are deliberately slow to unpile in an obvious attempt to consume time and ing the ball ready for play then for delay of game, and the game clock should have started on the snap of the next play. The referee opted not to call the delay of game penalty, but did use a discretionary timeout he is afforded in section three, article one, part a: The referee may declare and charge himself with a discretionary timeout for any contingency not elsewhere covered by the rules. In this case, that contingency is how much time should be put back on the clock. It would appear that the referees in fact did not do enough, and in addition to adding the necessary time back on the clock, yards after assessing a delay of game penalty on the Gators. The game clock was in the single digits before head referee Mike Austin reset it back to 10 seconds. LSU then proceeded to spike the ball with eight seconds remaining, Delahoussaye made the LSU won after Adam Lane was tackled on the ensuing kick return.Kan Li / Alligator StaffFlorida players hold onto the ball late in the fourth quarter of UFs 30-27 loss to LSU on Saturday at JORDAN MCPHERSONAlligator Staff Writer@J_McPherson1126Jalen Tabor is coming into his own. With starter Vernon Hargreaves III on the sidelines during the second half of Floridas 30-27 loss to LSU on Saturday, the true freshman cornerback saw extended time against the Tigers. And he held his own. with seven total tackles, one pass breakup and a third-quarter sack on a corner blitz. Hes done a nice job, coach Will Muschamp said. Hes covered well. A couple wellthrown balls (were thrown his way). Weve been proud of his process, day-today improving himself to get better and better. Pass rush continues to progress: The Gators pass rush brought the heat for the second straight week. Just seven days after sacking Tennessee quarterback Justin Worley six times, Florida sacked LSU signal caller Anthony Jennings four times on Saturday. Redshirt sophomore Alex McCalister led the way with one-and-a-half sacks. The Gators had seven tackles for loss back hurries. EDEN OTEROAlligator Staff Writer@edenotero_lFor the second consecutive weekend, No. 9 Florida (12-3, 6-0 Southeastern Conference) closed its weekend matchups with two wins against conference opponents. Starting out the weekend against unranked Georgia (9-7, 1-3 SEC) on Friday, the Bulldogs. While Florida closed the night 3-0 against Georgia, Sundays matchup against No. 19 Texas A&M was the biggest game of the weekend for volleyball. Florida swept A&M 25-12, 25-23 and 25-17, a feat defensive specialist Taylor Unroe credited to Floridas scouting report. ence opponent that Florida has faced this season, but they proved to be just a small bump in Floridas road to the postseason. However, even with a sweep, coach Mary Wise said the Florida squad knew it had to come into the game aggressive to pull out the win. You play three matches on the road and you appreciate being home, Wise said. Friday night was a great crowd. (There was) a lot of energy in the building. Going into this match, what they (the team) saw on video they knew that the only way wed beat this team is with their A-game. That was the message and today we got everyones A-game. Itd be hard to say Wise was wrong about her teams performance on Sunday. Or even just for the conference portion SEE VOLLEY, P A GE 14 SEE NOTEBOOK, P A GE 14T abor VOLLEYBALLThe game clock was reset to 10 seconds You play three matches on the road and you appreciate being home.Mary WiseUF coach

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Weve done a better job at getting some one-on-one matchups we feel like we can win as far as edges are concerned, Muschamp said. So I thought they did a nice job for the most part. A streak dropped: Quinton Dunbar saw his 32-game catch The redshirt senior wide receiver was targeted just once on He dropped the pass. Prior to Saturday, Dunbar hauled in a reception in every game dating back to Floridas 5432 win against Furman on Nov. 19, 2011. The 32 consecutive games with a catch are the third-most in Gators history, three behind Ike Hilliards 35 straight games set from 19941997. Eye of the Tiger: LSU was the only SEC team with a Tiger mascot that won on Saturday. No. 13 Georgia defeated the No. 23 Missouri Tigers 34-0 in Columbia, Mo., and No. 3 Mississippi State topped the No. 2 Auburn Tigers 38-23. Taylor starts, barely runs: Running back Kelvin Taylor received urday, but that didnt translate into an increase production. The sophomore received just two carries and totaled 0 yards for his efforts. While Taylor has limited touches, freshman running back Brandon Powell had a telling return. The true freshman running back recorded 66 yards on a teamhigh six receptions and six rushing yards on one more attempt than since suffering a hamstring injury. Kicking with accuracy: Red18 yards) against LSU. The Gators have converted nine of their 11 of the Gators season. So far, Florference opponents and has held conference opponents to under a .200 attacking percentage. Floridas defense was able to hold Texas A&M to a team attack percentage of .000 in both the Aggies were held to a .119 hitting Florida, on the other hand, the match with a .395 attack clip. Leading Floridas effort on the offensive was sophomore rightside hitter Alex Holston, who ended the day with 13 kills on 22 attempts with only one error day. Defensively she was just as powerful, making seven digs, one solo block and two block assists. her best games of the season. The senior had 10 digs and two service aces for the day. Unroe was Floridas libero last season and achieved honors like SEC Libero of the Year and AVCA All-Southeast Region 2013 selection. But senior Holly Pole has taken on the position since she was switched with Unroe halfway through Floridas match against We started with her in the right back, so she got more opportunities and took advantage of them, and thats how the game is played. Wise said. You dont know when youre name is going to be called, what rotation, how fast its going to be or how long youre going to be on the court so you take advantage of the opportunities, and thats what she did today. 14, ALLIGATOR Andres LeviaTaylor Unroe serves the ball during Floridas 3-0 win against Texas A&M on Sunday in the OConnell Center.Kan Li / Alligator StaffAlex McCalister (14) celebrates with Dante Fowler Jr. after sacking LSU quarterback Anthony Jen MARY FRANCISAlligator Writer@_maryfrancisWith the Gators second tournament of the season over, the young team has found its leaders, and theyre two freshmen. Four of the eight team members went to Jacksonville for the 2014 Bedford Cup held Friday through Sunday. Though none came back with a title, rookie Pegnals match against Miamis Sinead Lohan (6-2, 6-4). We made a nice run to we didnt play the way we wanted to today, associate head coach Dave Balogh said in a release. We got some good matches in this weekend, but there is a lot of work we need to continue to build on. The other freshman leader, Brooke Austin, came back from the Riviera/ITA All American Championship earlier this month with an automatic bid into the National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships in November. She advanced to the singles tournaments main draw until dropping straight sets to No. 7-ranked Channelle Van Nguyen from Southern California, 6-2, 7-5. Three sophomores also competed in the Bedford Cup singles tournament but none made it to the main draw. Stefani Stojic won her fellow teammate Porter in the third round, when she dropped 4-6, 6-2, 7-5 Sunday morning. Belinda Woolcock won until she dropped a three-set match against Lohan (6-3, 4-6, 6-1). Spencer Liang dropped ter playing Yukako Noi from Florida State, 2-6, 6-1, 6-0. Though the Maryland native made it the main draw of consolation singles until defeat from Central Floridas Caroline Eberhart, 7-6, 6-3. The girls played tough today, Balogh said on Saturday. Having three Gators nice. round of Bedford Cup singles tournamentUnroe had two service aces, 10 digs VOLLEY, from page 13 WOMENS TENNISMcCalister drops LSU quarterback, Dunbar drops catch NOTEBOOK, from page 13

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GRAHAM HACKAlligator Writer@graham_hack24Florida can get even better. Thats a scary proposition for the rest of the Southeastern Conference, but its what Floridas coaches and players believe. Our team is just getting and were trying to improve each game, said senior Tessa Andujar, the teams leader in assists, and our motto is this year, every game, play like its a championship game. The Gators have shown that mentality all season long, never resting on what they have accomplished. Instead, they have realized that every game is a chance to grow. The same can be said for practice, and when the team pect of its game, the dividends show. For example, during the week leading up to Friday nights 5-1 victory over Mississippi State, Savannah Jordan Floridas leading scorer with 11 goals, including two Friday said the team focused on ball distribution and creating chances in order to penetrate the Bulldogs defense. The result was the Gators 23 shots in the game, while the Bulldogs only managed to take were scored by four different players. This approach to the year has led Florida to an 11-2 record, including a 6-0 record in the SEC. With the win against Mississippi State, Florida is on a seven-game win streak that dates back to Sept. 12 and has outscored its opponents 18-5 during that time frame. maining in the regular seachances remain aside from any postseason appearances for goalkeeper Taylor Burke to break the school solo shutout record. She has 26 in her Florida career and needs one more to tie the mark, while two would break it. Florida goes back on the road this week, with games at South Carolina and Kentucky on Thursday and Sunday, respectively. night came with less than a minute left in the game. He made a bad decision and threw a slant pass to Latroy Pittman Jr., who was double covered. One defender hit the ball with the crown of his helmet as it was entering Pittmans hands, tipping the ball and allowing the second defender to pick it off. That pick gave LSU the ball back deep in Florida territory setting up the 50-yard to give the Tigers a three point lead with three seconds left in the game. An interception to give them the ball pressed his disappointment following the last-second loss. We didnt get the [win]. We played hard and fought to the end; thats all we can said. Empty feelings following games need to be few and far between for the Gators moving forward. Even though the loss against an SEC West team means the conference picture is still in Floridas hands, a loss is still a loss something Muschamp cant afford to do too often in the back half of the season. Florida has a big SEC East matchup against Missouri this week, a 36-17 road loss for the Gators last season. The following week is a bye week before facing No. 10 Georgia for the annual matchup in Jacksonville a game Muschamp, a former UGA safety, has never won as a coach or player in seven attempts. The last two big games on the schedule are South Carolina at home and No. 2 Florida State on the road. Its not the end of the road for Muschamp by any means, but at the midway point of the regular season, the Gators cant afford to have many missed opportunities, empty feelings or losses if they want to keep him around. And they are not looking back. said. Were anxious to get back to work. Were just going to look forward. We cant dawn on the past. We fought our hearts out. We left it all on the line and thats all we can ask for. ALLIGATOR, 15Kan Li / Alligator Staff SOCCERFlorida not slowing down as it nears postseason play Florida still has big games against Missouri, Georgia to play FOOTBALL, from page 1

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