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VOLUME 107 ISSUE 64 WWW.ALLIGATOR.ORG MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2012 Today We Inform. You Decide.Not officially associated with the University of Florida Published by Campus Communications, Inc. of Gainesville, Florida SNAP to soon add wheelchair servicesThe new van will be available on nights and weekends, pg. 5. Gangnam Style jumps in front of Baby No.1 YouTube spotThe video replaced Justin Biebers Baby, pg. 8. Junior makes 2012-13 debut:Following an extended absence due to multiple concussions, Casey Prather returned to the lineup in UFs 79-66 win against UCF on Friday, pg. 15. Running back Mike Gillislee crossed the 1,000-yard threshold in UFs win against FSU on Saturday. Read the story on page 13. 74 /51 JOE MORGAN Alligator Staff Writer TALLAHASSEE The atmosphere on Saturday night in the bowels of Doak Campbell Stadium was bittersweet. Floridas fate was in another teams hands, but coach Will Muschamp soaked and dripping with Gatorade still found plenty to be happy about. Only one year removed from questioning the Gators toughness, Muschamp watched his team play the 13th-ranked Seminoles off It was a really sexy win, Muschamp said. I was going to come in here with my shirt off, but my wife and the players did not want me to do that. Floridas 37-26 win against Florida State (10-2, 7-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) was more than simply revenge. The victory was the Gators 11th despite facing one of the nations toughest schedules. Floridas 12 opponents have a combined 92time ranked among the top 10 in the BCS standings. UF is 4-1 against those teams. The Gators (11-1, 7-1 Southeastern Connational championship contender. Our resume speaks for itself, Muschamp said. Come on, youve seen where weve played, who weve played, and the quality of football teams weve beaten. Well play anyone anywhere. Floridas BCS National Championship Game aspirations were dashed when No. 1 Notre Dame held off USC 22-13 late Saturday night in Los Angeles. tional title race. They won the same way they have all season by doing what they couldnt do last year. Florida opened up an early 13-0 lead with lasted 10 or more plays. only four drives with a double-digit play count, two of which came during a 23-0 win against FCS foe Jacksonville State on Nov. 17. The nations 104th-ranked offense was Unfortunately for the Gators, a combination of botched trick plays and a mid-game slump typical of offensive coordinator Brent Peases much-maligned unit resulted in a in the third quarter. Instead of panicking, Florida simply did We kept saying the second half is our FORECAST 2 OPINIONS 6 CLASSIFIEDS 10 CROSSWORD 11 SPORTS 13FLORIDA 37 FLORIDA STATE 26 David Carr / Alligator StaffSafety Matt Elam celebrates after making a tackle in Floridas 37-26 win against Florida State on Saturday at Doak Campbell Stadium in Tallahassee. Tougher UF ends on high noteSEE FOOTBALL, PAGE 16STATING THEIR CASE JULIA GLUM and ERIN JESTERAlligator Staff WritersAt the most recent Presidential Search Committee meeting, chairman David Brown asked members to reserve the weekends of Dec. 7 through Dec. 9 and Jan. 10 through Jan. 12 for possible candidate interviews. Search consultant Jan Greenwood tential candidates who could take over once current UF President Bernie Machen steps down. As of Nov. 7, there were 19 applicants for the position. Two have since dropped out, said Dianna Morgan, chairwoman of the Marketing and Communications Subcommittee. Greenwood estimated that one to three people would apply in the eleventh hour. Jamie Lewis Keith, vice president and general counsel, said the top three themes in the interview questions were the student experience and balance of academics, vision for UF becoming a top 10 public research university, and vision for meeting budget challenges. Campus Interview Subcommittee chair Scott Nygren said each candidate will participate in faculty and open forums, where he or she will give a speech, answer questions and meet attendees. Nygren said the open forum, which is targeted primarily at students, staff and Gainesville community members, will likely have an RSVP policy due to its size. Contact Julia Glum at jglum@alligator. org or Erin Jester at ejester@alligator.org. Candidate interviews loomCAMPUS RACHEL KURLANDAlligator Contributing WriterRegistration season is here, which for many UF students means hours of stalking ISIS, consulting friends about courses and researching professors. But this year, Paul Nickerson wants to make the schedule-selection process less painful. The 24-year-old biochemistry junior created the Google Chrome extension ISIS Registration Helper. It enables teachers names to be viewed next to the course information and provides direct links to their pages on www. ratemyprofessors.com, a website that shows opinions about professors and their classes. registering for classes, Nickerson said, adding he wanted to make registration more convenient, so students can choose the teachers they want. He included the www.ratemyprofes-Google Chrome extension brings students ratings to ISISSEE ISIS, PAGE 4 Paul Nickerson


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 64 ISSN 0889-2423 The Alligator The Alligator 2, ALLIGATOR MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2012 TODAYFORECASTPARTLY CLOUDY 74/52 PARTLY CLOUDY 78/48 PARTLY CLOUDY 71/44 PARTLY CLOUDY 76/52 PARTLY CLOUDY 74/51 FRIDAY THURSDAY WEDNESDAY TUESDAY WHATS HAPPENING?Tofurky Giveaway From 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, the Student Animal Alliance will answer questions about meat alternatives and give free Tofurky samples. Stop by Turlington to get your free sample, chat with SAA members and grab some meat-free holiday recipes for the road. Protecting your Family: Estate Planning, Life Insurance and Preparing for your Future Adam Roark of the Roark Law Firm and Sam Julien of NY Life Insurance Co. will host two free and open discussions focusing on the importance of life insur ance and estate planning for new and soon-to-be parents Wednesday at 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. at Gainesville CoWork, at 3951 NW 48th Terrace, Suite 201. Learn about how wills, trusts, living wills, life insurance and some basic financial planning can reduce the burdens created by the death or incapacity of a loved one. For more details, check out www.facebook.com/#!/ events/372455969515488/. Gay Movie Night Christopher and his Kind Based on writer Christopher Isherwoods critically acclaimed memoir, Christopher and His Kind, this landmark BBC adaptation gives a fascinating glimpse into the decadent and politically unstable world of 1930s Berlin. The film will play Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Pride Community Center, at 3131 NW 13th St. A young, wide-eyed Christopher (Matt Smith Doctor Who) escapes repressive English society and arrives in Berlin at a time when the cabaret scene is in full swing. Launched into the thriving gay subculture, Christopher embarks on a potent journey of selfdiscovery amid the vibrant atmosphere of Berlins cabaret nightlife and the dark rise of Nazi politics. Gay Movie Night is on the last Friday of each month at 7:30 p.m. Donate to the OAS Toy Drive The Office of Academic Support (OAS) is currently sponsoring a toy drive for the children of the Boys & Girls Club of Alachua. The toys will be distributed during the OAS Holiday Party hosted specifically for the Boys & Girls Club on Dec. 6. You may donate toys by Friday at any of the following locations where collection boxes are available: Little Hall, Room 311; Library West; Marston Library; La Casita; and the Institute of Black Culture. Please donate toys appropriate for ages 5 to 16 and leave them unwrapped. Winter Plant Walk Join a local botanist for a walk at Paynes Prairie State Park and experience the great diversity of plants near Lake Wauberg on Dec. 8 at 10 a.m. to noon at 100 Savannah Blvd. in Micanopy. Park admission is $4 per individual or $6 per vehicle. Contact 352-466-4100 from 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. for more information. Got something going on? Want to see it in this space? Send an email with Whats Happening in the subject line to 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. and is a free service of the Pride Community Center of North Central Florida. A $2 donation is requested to cover the cost of snacks. For more info, visit gainesvillepride.org/gay-movienight/. Bird Habitat: When and Where to See Birds at Paynes Prairie The first of five sessions in a new beginning birding series at Paynes Prairie all ages welcome, suitable for the whole family on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at 100 Savannah Blvd. in Micanopy. Park admission is $4 per individual or $6 per vehicle. Contact 352466-4100 between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. for more infor mation. Florida Trail Association hike to Lake Alto The FTA, in conjunction with Alachua County Forever, is promoting a hiking opportunity to the county property at Lake Alto Conservation Area. This beautiful 254-acre area east of Waldo and west of Lake Santa Fe offers hiking, fishing and nature studies and has not yet had trails developed and opened to the public, so it is a rare privilege to visit the site. The hike will promote Alachua Countys land preservation and management program. It will be Saturday starting at 9 a.m. and will last three to four hours. Land manager Susie Hetrick will be our guide with ecologist Rob Garren acting as botanical consultant. Participants should contact Jacque Steer at steerski@aol.com or Karen Garren at iluvfla@ bellsouth.net to reserve a space and for more infor mation.


MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2012 ALLIGATOR, 3 Nov. 24, 1975: Gainesville Girl Scouts painted about 35 Nov. 28, 1989: formed into a castle for Madmusicians and costumed actors provided entertainment, Nov. 27, 1991:discovered in several labs. Nov. 30, 2009: Quarter KELCEE GRIFFISAlligator File PhotoTim Tebow tears up after hugging coach Urban Meyer on Senior Day in The Swamp on Nov. 28, 2009. THE EVENT IS FREE. ANDREA CARROZAlligator Contributing Writer tural Affairs. Forbes said. cost $6 for adults dren, Forbes said. Gainesville Reebration Dec. 31 at 10 p.m., Forbes City to light up the night with Christmas tree, festival SaturdayLowe


sors.com feature because he said it offers a lot of student-based insight about UF professors. Nickerson said it allows students to enroll in classes with some prior knowledge of what theyre getting into. When ISIS Registration Helper users are on ISIS looking up a section, they can right-click, press Add professor names, and a column will appear with names and links. Nickerson recently posted the extension on Reddit, and since then, he estimates about 200 people have downloaded it. Nickerson said the extension is safe for users, and it cannot track their information. The source code is provided on his instructional web page. Programming is one of his hobbies, and it only took him about seven or eight hours to create the extension, he said. Ive been programming for years and years, so its not too complex, he said. together. Jackie Lopez, a 20-year-old French junior, said students often get frustrated with ISIS during registration time because they are trying to get the best professors. Finding them sometimes involves too much research, she said. Lopez said she rarely spends time on ISIS during the semester, but during registration, she uses it at least twice a day. Lopez said she does not want to end up dropping a class because she did not get her preferred professor. All I want to do is get my schedule, she said. But biology junior Corinne Fuchs, 20, said she does not mind the time it takes to coordinate her professors and course information. Im technically inclined, so it doesnt bother me, she said. All [the extension] does is eliminate one step. rect combination of classes for a semester. She said multiple tabs on ISIS would make registration easier. As for Nickersons extension, UF spokesman Steve Orlando said anything that helps students choose a course can be tions students complete at the end of every semester provide information thats probably more concrete and usable, he said. If I were a student looking at some of those rate my professors entries, Orlando said, I think I would probably take it with a little bit of a grain of salt. The extension can be found at www. goo.gl/mIqsf. 4, ALLIGATOR MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2012Courtesy to the AlligatorUF student Paul Nickerson created ISIS Registration Helper, a Google Chrome extension that gives users the option to display professor names and links to their www.ratemyprofessors.com pages. AP PhotoBlue Jean BlitzShoppers pick through stacks of discounted jeans beside a giant aquarium inside Bass Pro Shops after the doors opened at 5 a.m. on Black Friday in Memphis, Tenn., on Nov. 23. NICOLE ZAKRZEWSKIAlligator Contributing WriterUFs Historical Preservation Program purchased a FARO Focus3D laser scanner earlier this month to document sites throughout the country, preserving 3D scans of any location. Its goal is to focus on the documentation, preservation and management of cultural heritage, according to a program proposal. The scanner was paid for through grants and donations to the Historical Preservation Program, totaling $100,000, said Morris Hylton III, director of historic preservation at UF. The FARO Focus3D is a three-dimensional laser scanner that creates photorealistic plans, sections, elevations and Historic American Building Survey-quality line drawings. The rate measurement of sites and their surroundings, both interiors and exteriors, according to the proposal. The laser technology has been around for years, primarily for land surveying, but it has improved draHylton said. According to the FARO website, the scanner works by collecting points in space captured by a laser beam that ters. It then creates a 3D virtual model that documents the structures design and existing conditions. In the spring, the FARO scanner will be used in a preservation project, Envision: MiMo, about the conditions of midcentury modern Miami sites such as the former Bacardi Headquar ters and the Miami Marine Stadium, according to the project proposal. Eventually, the products can become part of the Envision Heritage database, where multiple scans of sites can be stored in one location, allowing people to experience them without actually visiting. The scanner is used for 3D building documentation, construction super vision, reverse engineering, historic preservation and even interior design, according to the FARO website. In interior design, we not only look at the design of the room but how people actually inhabit the space, Hylton said. The FARO Focus3D assigns distance to the surface objects by calculatof the laser in relation to the known speed of light. As it scans, it collects between 122,000 to 976,000 points a second, depending on the resolution of the selected scan, according to the FARO website. scanner is that it is both accurate and fast, said Brian Shea, 26, a graduate research assistant working on masters degrees in historic preservation and urban regional planning. With the scanner, one room can be documented in mere minutes, rather than documenting by hand, which could take hours. The FARO laser scanner has been ordered and it is set to arrive at UF in December. It will then be used by the College of Design, Construction and Planning. UF program gets laser scanner to preserve history IT WILL CLOSE JAN. 13. KATHERINE HAHNAlligator Contributing WriterThe Nov. 23 opening of the downtown Plaza Ice Palace skating rink has been postponed until Friday due to technical problems. The ice rink, which will be on the Bo Diddley Community Plaza, will remain open a week later than planned to make up for the delay. It closes Jan. 13. Midwest Display, the company providing and managing the rink, experienced technipress statement released Tuesday from Gainesvilles Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs. The rink, which is sponsored by Gainesville Regional Utilities, will be open weekdays from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. and weekends from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Renting skates for an hour costs $10. People who bring their own skates can skate for an hour for $7. The yearly city-funded ice rink was canceled after 2007 because of budget issues, according to Alligator archives. Midwest Display approached the city and offered to bring back the rink. The company will set up the rink as a vendor, and the city will get a portion of the proceeds. Plaza Ice Palace skating rink opening put on ice until FridayThe extension has been downloaded by 200 people since its Reddit post ISIS, from page 1Hylton


MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2012 ALLIGATOR, 5Alex M. Sanchez / AlligatorThe Southwest 13th Street overpass was delayed due to erosion from Tropical Storm Debby. Its set to open soon. MARISA ROSSAlligator Contributing WriterThe pedestrian overpass on Southwest 13th Street remains closed, and some city cyclists are frustrated. The construction project for the twisted structure, which resembles a double helix, began in March in the College Park and University Heights areas. It was supposed to be open for use earlier this fall, but unexpected weather conditions delayed the construction. Laura Rawson, a city communications assistant, wrote that Tropical Storm Debby set back opening plans. She wrote in an email the storm caused some erosion, but the railroad bridge turned pathway is expected to be ready in December. One Gainesville resident said he feels cyclists are more likely to get into accidents because of the bridges impediment. Whenever a bicyclist has to share the road with cars, there is a greater chance of the bicyclist being hurt, wrote Terry Rickey, a 57-year-old Gainesville cyclist, via email. Ive talked with several people about [this], and everyone is in agreement that this is a terrible intersection to negotiate when traveling east to west. He said he originally saw signs near the bridge that stated the opening was set for September, but there are currently no signs with information. Since then, Rickey said he spoke to various workers, but he said he was told different dates and has not the path will be usable. Rickey bikes to Shands at UF from home and said he saw an accident near the bridge and Archer Road when he was waiting to cross the street in mid-November. A cyclist was on the sidewalk going downhill, he said, when a woman in a Chevrolet TrailBlazer pulled into the crosswalk to make a right turn on red. The bicyclist turned into the intersection and slammed into the front of the vehicle. Rickey said before he hit the ground. I cant help but to think that if the overhead pass had been open, this accident would never have happened, he said.Opening of pedestrian, bicycle path delayed, leaving walkers, cyclists irked THE VAN WILL BE AVAILABLE TO SNAP NIGHTS AND WEEKENDS. SAMANTHA SHAVELLAlligator Staff WriterStudent Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol will begin offering ser vices to wheelchair users in midDecember. University Police Capt. Jeff Holcomb said the new minivan is designed for one wheelchair and has a bench rear for up to four friends traveling with the wheelchair user. The van will be designated for wheelchair users and their groups, and it will not In the event that someone calls to ask for the van, an available SNAP worker will pick up the wheelchair-accessible van and get the waiting student. UFs Transportation and Parking Services ordered and paid for the $41,118 van, Director Scott Fox wrote in an email. for rides from wheelchair users. Holcomb said the idea was brought to University Police by student senators. During Spring, Dounia Bendris, now a 20-year-old art junior, wrote a letter to senators explaining the problems she had getting home because she would stay in the art studio late into the night, and SNAP was not wheelchairaccessible. After 11 p.m., there was no option for wheelchair users provided by UFs transportation ser vices. RTS certainly is an option, which we encourage students to use! Fox wrote. At the same time if some students have access to SNAP, we believe all students should have access to SNAP. cludes four 15-passenger vans. The new van will not be included SNAP for nights and weekends, Holcomb said. During the day, the van may be used for Gator Lift, Campus Cab service or conventional transportation needs, Fox said. The Campus Cab taxi service ness. Gator Lift is used for UF students, faculty and staff who have temporary or permanent disabilities, according to the transpor tation website. Transportation services has three Gator Lift vehicles that can accommodate ten passengers and two wheelchairs. Fox said a Gator Lift vehicle has cialized training. The new wheelchair-accessible van can be driven by SNAP workers, and drivers can oper ate the foldout wheelchair ramp with little training, he said. Contact Samantha Shavell at sshavell@alligator.org. SNAP to soon add wheelchair services TICKETS WILL SELL FROM 7 A.M. TO 10 A.M. KELLY HAWKINSAlligator Contributing WriterGators fans will be able to pur chase tickets to various UF sporting events at discounted prices on GatorZone today as a part of Cyber Monday. From 7 a.m. to 10 a.m., discounted tickets will be sold for mens basketball, womens basketball, gymnastics and baseball games. Fred Demarest, assistant athletics director/new media and strategic communications, wrote in an versity Athletic Association has offered this promotion. The marketing department originally developed this as a Black Friday sale, he said. But after evaluation, Cyber Monday just made a lot more sense. Its obviously the biggest online shopping day of the year, so it was kind of a no-brainer to target this date. The UAA wanted to offer discounted tickets for a variety of SEC game for mens basketball will be discounted, as well as the home opener for gymnastics. ing have worked together to offer a very nice mix of opportunities to purchase affordable tickets in multiple sports, he wrote. Theyve offered some nonconference and league games in mens basketball, some of our womens hoops programs most attractive matchups, as well as options for our gymnastics and baseball programs. public relations junior, said she plans to buy tickets as a gift. My dad has never been to a UF basketball game, so Im going to buy tickets for him as a Christmas present, she said.UAA offering discounted tickets today AYANA STEWARTAlligator Contributing WriterA few weeks ago, Jan Smith walked into her kitchen and found her dog in a pool of blood. The Clermont, Fla., resident went home after a day of running errands to see her poodle-Siberian Husky mix, Jackie, bleeding with a swollen head. Jackie was bitten by a rattlesnake, and the veterinarian said she had less than a 40 percent chance of survival. But Jackie lived because of the UF Small Animal the hospitals new hyperbaric chamber. Jackie was referred to Dr. Alessio Vigani, a resident in anesthisia, emergency and critical-care medicine at the hospital. Smith said Vigani was afraid Jackie would her body. That was going to be really bad for us, Smith said. Itd be an additional expense and additional stress on her. Vigani recommended Jackie for treatment in the hyperbaric chamber, a procedure that delivers oxygen by applying pressure to the animals skin. He said the chamber increases oxygenation to tissue and restores Smith said her family was willing to try the chamber because it was less invasive than surgery. Not having to have the surgery was a major plus, she said. She might not have made it. She couldve Vigani said four animals have been treated since animals progressed after they received treatment in the chamber. improvement within a very short course of treatment, he said. In the past, it might have taken months. Vigani said all of the families who have brought animals have been from out of town. He said the new technology may bring attention to Gainesville. of the hospital and the town, he said. Smith said shes grateful for the universitys veterinary care. They are just top-of-the-line, she said. They are the best Ive encountered.Procedure breath of fresh air for vetsIt will be ready in December Whenever a bicyclist has to share the road with cars, there is a greater chance of the bicy clist being hurt.Terry RickeyGainesville cyclist None of us were expecting to see such Dr. Alessio Viganireisdent in anesthisiaANIMALS


Reader responseVote or post a message at www.alligator.orgThe views expressed here are not necessarily those of the Alligator Column EditorialMONDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2012 WWW.ALLIGATOR.ORG/OPINIONS 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 352-376-4458.145 TOTAL VOTES78% YES 22% NOTuesdays question: Are you going home for Thanksgiving? Todays question: Did you go Black Friday shopping?Tis the Season Apply to be a columnist! Tis the season to be opinionated, folks! important news stories, not-so-important news stories and ballin reports on sports. your frustrations or to praise your peers. You can read politiconsidered before. Our columnists are all UF students who happen to be real ing training. Half of you will take that into consideration and admire the pluck it takes to write a column each week while thinking to Then we dare you to do better. We are incredibly proud of our columnists each semester, but theres always room for more. It doesnt take much to be an opinions columnist, but it has thats what people do on the Internet. You might not need a ton ity. one else. Join us. Its not scary, we promise. Its like ripping off a Bandsamples of 500 to 600 words each. or you want to try and add some spice to your resume, apply. If you want to better the world by writing about all the good things that go on in town, apply. If you are upset about the election results, whether the national election or on campus, apply. Apply. us asking why certain columnists were allowed to speak their minds in these pages. Its because they applied to do it, so stop complaining if you dont like it. Its kind of like those annoying people who say you cant The deadline for applications is Friday.Stop succumbing to Black Friday scamsIts time for Black Friday to be illegal. Seriously. No, this isnt just sour grapes from a guy shut out of deal was the good one this year. And while its true Black Friday deals arent all that interesting when you can barely afford food on a daily basis, its on sale. Listen, guys, Black Friday makes us look stupid. Im look more like Chicago during the 1968 Democratic Nationmart less money than they usually would for a product they dont need. Thats what Black Friday is all about: buying things for yourself and for other people because of want not because of need. actly what you want. But, the ending is: a little boy has the best and most memowhat he wanted. together will be memorable and heartwarming. When we succumb to the idea that the only acceptable gift for someone is the gift that he or she wants (another fact that getting someone a gift, not that they requested but that you thought of, is one of the great someone. wallet. And this is where Black Friday comes in. The commercials and the entire culture surrounding gifts can buy affection. The proliferation of that culture has that leads to people bashing one another in the head at 5:30 Im not down with that cycle. I just wish it could be otherwise. Our culture is ingrained with a lot of materialism, but things. In the acquisition of things, we can forget there are people around us: people who are worth more than things that can be bought. So please, this holiday season, dont ask for the newest TV or game system; settle for a real gift from someone who actually a piece of wood from my backyard fence with your name and a smiley face gouged into it, dont hate me for being a cheapskate. Really. Im just rebelling against a culture of American materialism. I swear. 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


MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2012 ALLIGATOR, 7 On Nov. 15, a demonstration was held on Turlington Plaza titled UF Stands With Israel. Does UF really stand with Israel? Does UF stand for ethnic cleansing, colonialism, apartheid, occupation and the killing of innocent civilians via the state terrorism of the Israel Defense Forces/Israel? UF Hillel, Zionist Gators and others may stand for Israel, but I would appreciate if they didnt speak for the entire university. Those who were on Turlington claimed they were pro-peace, but many of those same people refuse to acknowledge that Gaza is an open-air prison where the Israeli government dictates calorie intake in order to ensure the citizens have only enough to get by. Those same people dont see a problem with the settlements in the West Bank, which are widely interpreted (from the Fourth Geneva Convention) as illegal. Living in a society that is overwhelmingly Zionist can easily become discouraging, and at times, it can make me wonder if Im insane. But, the fact is, this interpret. Its clear whats right and whats wrong, and to keep that conviction is essential to moving toward justice. When Im at home reading articles or watching live streams, looking at images of mutilated bodies in Gaza and Palestinian babies killed, emotions run high. It is shocking to me that something like this can be allowed to go on. Then, to come to campus and see massive amounts of students rallying in support of Israel is just a slap in the face. Its bad enough to know something like this is happening, but to feel completely surrounded by people who encourage it is sickening. At the end of the day, though, I know I am right. I know where I stand. I know there are hundreds of thousands of people who stand with me. Being distant from the struggle can be isolating, but to know that there are people out there putting their lives on the line to make sure Israels war crimes do not go unnoticed is inspiring. There are mass protests in almost every country, every state and almost every city in America. Even at UF, there are students who know what is just and demand the rest of the world recognizes it, too. The Gator Nation cant be seen as a community that condones collective punishment, apartheid or murder. Gaza must know it is not alone in this battle and the rest of the world does stand behind it. We do not stand in isolation, we stand topropaganda and the racism. Apartheid is a crime against humanity. Israel has deprived millions of Palestinians of their liberty and property. It has perpetuated a system of gross racial discrimination and inequality. It has systematically incarcerated and tortured thousands of Palestinians, contrary to the rules of international law.Nelson Mandela Eric Brown and Farah Khan are lead organizers with Students for a Democratic Society at UF.The university doesnt stand with IsraelGuest columnEric Brown & Farah KhanSpeaking Out tween Israel and Hamas went into effect on Wednesday. Today, after more than seven years of Israels withdrawal from Gaza in exchange for peace, we stand ganization on the United States State Department list of Foreign Terrorist Organizations. In the past 12 years, more than 12,000 rockets have been from Gaza into Israel. In the past few days, more than 1,000 rockets have been I propose a simple question with a complex answer: When is it enough? On Sept. 11, 2001, terrorists attacked the United States. Within days and with overwhelming support, the United States government declared the War on Terror. further terror to guarantee the safety and protection of its citizens. Why is Israel held to a different standard? Hamas, labeled a terrorist organization by the United last week, as they have done historically. This is unequivocally an act of terror by a terrorist or ganization. To clarify media misconceptions, the current situation between Gaza and Israel is not a matter of the Israeli govincreased terrorist activity, spurred by Hamas and backed by Iran, the worlds largest state sponsor of terror, onto the citizens of Israel. There is no moral symmetry; there is no moral equivalence, between Israel and the terrorist organizations in Gaza, said Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Hamas has made it clear through its charter that its main goal is the destruction of the people and the state of Israel by any means necessary. The terrorists are committing a double-war crime. ian civilians, said Netanyahu. The Israeli Defense Forces strategically targets infrastructure, including weapons stockpiles, in Gaza and has taken extraordinary steps to minimize Palestinian casualties. The Israeli Defense Forces go as far as to send out thounals, warning civilians to leave Hamas areas. electricity and medical supplies into Gaza. Israel, as a sovereign nation, has every right to protect itself from Hamas, a terrorist organization, just like the U.S. had every right to protect itself from Al Qaeda, a terrorist organization, 11 years ago. I ask again. When is it enough? It is enough now. The terror has to stop now. The bombs have to stop now. The sirens have to stop now. We need peace now. it perfectly: Peace will come when the Arabs will love their children more than they hate us. I know where I stand today. I stand for peace. I stand for prosperity. I stand for security. I stand with America. I stand with our allies. I stand with Israel. I stand with Israel, today, tomorrow and always. Am Yisrael Chai. The people of Israel live. Nicole Krassner is the president of Gators for Israel and a political science and business senior at UF.When is it enough? How many attacks Guest columnNicole KrassnerSpeaking Out


KELCEE GRIFFISAlligator Contributing WriterA recently released study suggests its more important for beginning runners to hit the streets with enthusiasm than to seek advice on techniques, but Gainesville running experts have divided opinions about how to pound the pavement. Conducted in England and published in the and Exercise, the study monitored 10 participants without previous experience and instruction who began running during a 10-week period. oped comfortable running styles, which enabled each to run faster and farther than before. Rob Barnes, president of the Gainesvillebased Florida Track Club, said focusing on technical aspects of running is like putting the cart before the horse. Running form is going to change very quickly as you grow as a runner, Barnes said. People continue running. Gainesville chiropractor and marathon runner John J. Johnston said its unnecessary to ing out. He said that by critiquing new runners style, people risk discouraging them. Im so happy when a person goes from a non-runner to a runner, and Im hoping they get addicted to it, said Johnston. When I hear someone is trying it out, I dont want to do anything that would get in the way. Johnston said analysis becomes helpful at high levels of competition, but at the beginning, newbies will gravitate toward running in a way thats naturally most comfortable for them. out, he said. But Laura Kubitz, a 24-year-old UF alumna and former member of the TriGators Triathlon Team, said beginning runners should have at Kubitz picked up running her sophomore year, but she was forced to stop due to plantar fasciitis, characterized by foot pain from overexertion. Kubitz consulted a track coach, who advised took the advice, adopting a straighter posture and striking the ground with her midfoot instead of toe or heel. at Gainesville Health and Fitness, said the patis typical. Although it never hurts to get pointers, Farina and motivation is the key ingredient. I think thats the bigger question: What do we have to do to get people motivated to run? Farina said. If you dont do something on a regular basis, youre not going to want to invest the energy to see if youre doing it right. 8, ALLIGATOR Alex M. Sanchez / AlligatorAlways RememberBrianna Rubel, 25, restores a memorial for the victims of the Danny Rolling murders on the 34th Street Wall. She decided to help another artist paint over hateful comments in the remember section Tuesday. CHRIS ALCANTARAAlligator Writer With more than 817 million views, the urday. surpassed Justin Biebers 2010 Baby music video by about 15 million views. singing in a variety of locations, including a stable, bus, tennis court and female yoga class. wrote the song as a satirical interpretation The song, which is sung mostly in Korean, has found its way into American nightclub playLive sketch and even the gameday set list. Following the July rethe video went viral in August. It continues to receive about seven to 10 million views a day, according to the blog, and the keywords months. more than one billion collective video views two billion shy of Biebers channel. Alligator staff writer Samantha Shavell contributed to this report. Contact Chris Alcantara at calcantara@ alligator.org.Gangnam Style jumps in front of Baby for top YouTube spot I think thats the bigger question: What do we have to do to get people motivated to run?Suzanne Farina FitnessStudy advises new runners to try it out, worry less about technique BABB DECIDED TO EXPAND HER PROJECT TO SHANDS HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN. MINA RADMANAlligator Contributing WriterWhen her friend was diagnosed with cancer, Jackie Babb decided friend. Five years later, she and her bears still bring smiles to sick children. Jackie Babb, a 21-year-old UF biology senior, was a high school how to quilt when her best friend was diagnosed with cancer. Babb wanted to give a personalized gift, so she stitched together a teddy bear. The fabric teddy bear became then, she said, it has delivered more than 500 teddy bears to Chris Evert Childrens Hospital in Fort Lauder dren at UF in Gainesville. bear out on a piece of paper, cutting the fabric to the same size and leaving a hole to stuff it, Babb said. It kind of happened on a whim, and we came up with it together. ers encouraged his students to do community service and to create remembered the teddy bear she had created and thought it would be nice to create more bears for children in her community. thing I can do. This is something easy, and Im able to get other kids involved and raise awareness for children in the hospital, Babb said. Its rough, especially for cancer patients who spend long periods of time there. Babb enlisted the help of friends and family, including family friend Ilona Farnes, to help her vision become a reality. Farnes said her sewing room beits early days. [Babb] recruited other kids to come help, Farnes said, and there were times where my living room had 10 working on mass-producing the ground, Babb said she began donating bears to Chris Evert Childrens Hospital, near her hometown of Coconut Creek, Fla. When she saw how excited the kids were to get something, it inFarnes said. In 2011, Babb volunteered at away from her hometown, she continued to create and donate bears to Chris Evert Childrens HospiHospital for Children until she met a young girl who wanted a cuddly friend. Babb was introduced to a young patient and asked to entertain her for the day. Babb asked the girl if she wanted to play board games, but the girls mom said she was too young to understand board games. The little girl asked Babb if she play with, and she got the idea to expand her program so children Theyre a source of imagination and play, especially for kids who dont know how to play games, she said. Its a completely differ ent toy for them. Read the rest of the story on alligator.org.Teddy bear project provides emergency cuddles for sick childrenPSY Babb POP CULTURE


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12, ALLIGATOR STAY IN GAINESVILLE Full time career positions available ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT CUSTOMER SERVICE PERSONAL COUNSELORS AVIATION SALES CONSULTANT SOFTWARE DEVELOPERS NETWORK ASSISTANT Please apply online at www.gleim.com/employment 12-5-12-27-14 HIRING EXPERIENCED HOSTS/HOSTESSES & SERVERS Must be able to count back change & multitask. Apply in person LaFiesta, 9513 NW 39th Ave between 2pm & 5pm. 11-26-1215-14 Fast, accurate typists needed for audio transcription. Create your own schedule M-F, 7am to midnight. Production based pay, $7.67 to over $12. Walking distance to campus. Ideal for PT and Students! Requires 65+ wpm typing speed, a minimum of 16 hours per week, and English as a first language. Apply online: www.sbsgrp.com 11-26-1210-14 Part Time (20-30 hrs) Assistant.Duties: office work & occasional errands. Requirements:extremely organized, pay close attention to detail, know Microsoft Office. 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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2012 WWW.ALLIGATORSPORTS.ORG After missing four games due to multiple concussions, Casey Prather returned in UFs 79-66 win against UCF. See story, page 15. Poll Question Does Florida deserve to play in the BCS title game ahead of the SEC champion? Vote online at alligatorSports.org. David Carr / Alligator Staff Running back Mike Gillislee runs with the ball during UFs 37-26 win against Florida State on Saturday at Doak Campbell Stadium in Tallahassee. GILLISLEE BECAME FLORIDAS FIRST 1,000-YARD RUSHER SINCE CIATRICK FASON RAN FOR 1,326 YARDS IN 2004. ADAM PINCUS Alligator Staff Writer TALLAHASSEE Will Muschamp called his team soft last season after UF closed out a dismal year with an embarrassing home loss to Florida State. There was nothing soft about the Gators on Saturday night. While run-heavy Florida started the game UF punished Florida State with bruising runs from backs Mike Gillislee and Matt Jones. The duo combined for 221 rushing yards against the nations then top-ranked rushing defense. They havent seen anybody with the line that we have the way [we] run block, quarterback Jeff Driskel said of Florida State. They havent seen as much depth as we have at running back. Were going to run hard, and our running backs, when they get a crease, theyre going to make somebody miss, and they did that. We knew we were going to be able to run the ball. That was never an issue. Gillislee eclipsed the 1,000-yard mark with game this season. yards since Ciatrick Fason gained 1,326 yards in 2004. Gillislees 140 yards are more than Florida State had allowed to any team this season. The Seminoles entered the game allowing 70.6 rushI always knew Mike could do that, wide receiver Quinton Dunbar said of Gillislees season total. He was just waiting for his chance. Now that hes got his chance, hes taking (advantage of) his opportunity. With 11:01 remaining in the fourth quarter, Gillislee scampered untouched off left tackle for 37 yards and the last of his two touchdowns. The go-ahead score put Florida up 23-20. The offensive line did a great job of blocking, and I saw all I needed was a good seam, Gillislee said. I saw it, and I just hit it touchdown. After suffering a rib injury on the next series, the senior gave way to the freshman Jones. Jones added a career-high 81 yards and a touchdown on the ground. Six teams this season have posted fewer than 81 rushing yards against Florida State. As the Gators have all season, they wore down the opponents defensive line. Florida rushed for Running back hits milestone, carries Florida to victory SEE GILLISLEE, PAGE 14 JOSH JURNOVOY Alligator Staff Writer TALLAHASSEE Florida remained ranked at No. 4 in the BCS standings on Sunday night. UF is behind No. 1 Notre Dame, No. 2 Alabama and No. 3 Georgia. The Gators will likely move up to No. 3, overtaking the loser of the Southeastern Conference Championship Game between the Crimson Tide and the Bulldogs. According to the BCS selection procedures, the third-ranked team receives an at-large bid to a BCS bowl if no other atplay in the national championship. Notre Dame will likely play the winner of the SEC title game in the BCS Championship Game, leaving UF as the highest-ranked atlarge SEC team. The Sugar Bowl, which has hosted an SEC at-large team all but once since the introduction of the BCS National Championship Game in 2007, appears to be the Gators likely destination. Roberson on returns: With Florida clinging to a three-point lead, cornerback Marcus Roberson gave the Gators the type of boost they have rarely had this season a big punt return. Florida State punter Cason Beatty booted a season-long 54-yard punt to Floridas 18-yard line with the Seminoles trailing 2320 in the fourth quarter. the punt, picked up a pair of blockers and sprinted down the left sideline for a gain of 50 yards to the FSU 32-yard line. Five plays Gators remain at No. 4 in latest BCS standings END OF GREGULATION TALLAHASSEEJames Wilson and D.J. Humphries stalked up and down UFs sideline, preparing the Gatorade cooler for off the clock on Saturday in Tallahassee. In a scene usually reserved for championships, the two offensive linemen waited for a window of opportunity to give coach Will Muschamp his celebratory bath. With 15 second remaining, Wilson opening, splashing Muschamp square in the back with the cooler of purple. Floridas coach let out a few claps, national title. That was the most excited weve been in a while, center Jonotthan Harrison said. Weve worked so hard to get what weve earned. Im proud of the team. Later that night, Notre Dame beat USC 22-13 to ensure that UF wont play for the BCS championship. The Gators arent even going to Atlanta for the SEC Championship Game. But this is a team of champions. After a year of slow starts and near disasters, Florida looked like a championship program on Saturday. The regular season in school history with their best performance of 2012 in a 3726 win against rival Florida State. That was a culmination of our football season, Muschamp said. That football team showed you their resolve their togetherness, and Im very proud to be a part of them. Regardless of what happens in the UF should be proud of Greg Lucatwitter: @gregluca SEE GREG, PAGE 14 SEE NOTES, PAGE 14 The offensive line did a great job of blocking, and I saw all I needed was a good seam. I saw it and I just hit it touchdown.Mike GillisleeUF running backPoll ResultsWill Florida play in the BCS National Championship Game? 29% YES 71% NO156 total votes


later, quarterback Jeff Driskel connected with Quinton Dunbar on a 14-yard touchdown pass to put the Gators up 30-20. Coach gave me a chance, and I appreciate that, Roberson said. We always catch punts through practice. I was just lucky enough and had great blocking on the play. That was big for us. With both Andre Debose and DeAnte Saunders nursing injuries, Roberson has taken over punt return duties. He returned a punt for 31 yards in Floridas win against Jacksonville State on Nov. 17, and his return against Flor ida State was the Gators longest punt return of the season and their longest punt or kick return since Deboses 60yard kick return against Vanderbilt on Oct. 13. The punt return was also the longest for the Gators since Brandon James returned one 78 yards for a touchdown against Tennessee in 2008. Despite the magnitude of the play, Roberson downplayed it after the game. I feel like everybody is able to make plays, and I was just lucky enough to have my chance, he said. Sturgis sets record: With a 45-yard leb Sturgis earned a spot in the record books, surpassing Jeff Chandlers UF opening drive tied the record. He now Purifoy plays both ways: Loucheiz Purifoy started at both cornerback and running back on Saturday, becoming the ball since Keiwan Ratliff started at both cornerback and wide receiver on Nov. 30, 2002 against Florida State. Purifoy had one carry for eight yards on offense on Saturday and added six tackles and a forced fumble on defense. Injuries: Jelani Jenkins streak of bad luck continued on Saturday night. The junior linebacker left the game in the third quarter with an injury to his right foot. Jenkins was on crutches and wearing a walking boot when he spoke to the media after the game. I dont really know his status, Muschamp said of Jenkins. But it doesnt look good. Jenkins missed three games ear lier this season due to a fractured right thumb and a hamstring injury. He expressed uncertainty as to the severity of his foot injury. Im not sure exactly what yet, Jenkins said. Its kind of sore right now. Freshman Antonio Morrison stepped in for Jenkins and forced a fumble that led to a 37-yard touchdown run from Mike Gillislee on the ensuing possession. yards rushing and two touchdowns, left the game on Floridas second-tolast offensive possession after suffering a rib injury. Muschamp said after the game that the injury was not serious. Contact Josh Jurnovoy at jjurnovoy@ alligator.org. Sugar Bowl, UFs season is already a massive success. A team that entered the year with a soft reputation and a fringe top-25 ranking is now solidly No. 5 in the nation. Weve had a fantastic year, Muschamp said. We have made tremendous progress. The Gators got there by taking on Muschamps hard-nosed personality and philosophy. Florida won the turnover battle, showed resiliency by taking control in the fourth quarter, pounded the ball in the running game and played tough, physical football. Its a full buy-in, from administration all the way down, Muschamp said. Part of that process is always pushing for more. Muschamp insisted after the game less of the accomplishments of one of the most overachieving teams in the nation and in school history. We havent won a championship, Muschamp said. Until you win a championship, I have a hard time saying weve arrived and were back at all. But the time for championships will come. Muschamp and Florida have laid a foundation on which greatness can be built. Doing so required a major rebuilding process. Two years ago, coach Ur ban Meyer said Florida was broken. Last season, Muschamp called the Gators soft. Those memories propelled UFs players to right the ship. We had a lot of hurt in our heart, wideout Quinton Dunbar said. Dominique Easley said earlier this season that he watched the defensive tape from last seasons losses on loop. [Florida State] had to feel the same pain that we felt, Easley said. that pain, purging their own in the move forward. No one will remember how UF played down to its competition in wins against Bowling Green, Missouri, Louisiana and Jacksonville State. Instead, the lasting image will be Muschamp soaked in purple with his arms raised above his head in celebration on the sidelines of Doak Campbell Stadium the image of Florida getting back on top. Contact Greg Luca at gluca@alligator.org. 14, ALLIGATOR MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2012David Carr / Alligator StaffFlorida coach Will Muschamp celebrates after defeating FSU 37-26 on Saturday at Doak Campbell GREG, from page 13 111 yards in the fourth quarter. against top-15 opponents. Florida consistently I saw it on some of the (Florida State) players faces that they were giving up, Gillislee said. The offensive line [saw] it too. No. 5 Florida has played with a patchwork offensive line for the past six weeks. The unit is the healthiest it has been since UF played LSU on Oct. 6, center Jonotthan Harrison said on Tuesday. Floridas running backs Florida State. It was a great thing, man, Gillislee said. Especially at a time like this when we really had to beat Florida State to continue and hopefully (make) the national championship at the end. With No. 1 Notre Dame defeating USC late Saturday night, Florida is likely heading to the Sugar Bowl on Jan. 2. The transformation from a soft, barely bowlning the line of scrimmage has not been quick or easy. Weve worked so hard from January until now, Harrison said. Weve worked so hard to get what weve earned. Im proud of the team. Contact Adam Pincus at apincus@alligator.org.Brett Le Blanc / Alligator StaffMarcus Roberson (5) runs past FSUs Demonte McAllister (97) during Floridas 37-26 win on Saturday at Doak Campbell Stadium in Tallahassee. Cornerback thrives in rare punt-return chance NOTES, from page 13 GILLISLEE, from page 13Healthy offensive line critical part of backs recent surgeGillislee


FLORIDA LOST 74-58 TO ARIZONA STATE ON SUNDAY IN LAS VEGAS. PHILLIP HEILMANAlligator Writer Through two games in the South Point Thanksgiving Shootout, Carlie Needles and Florida feasted on the competition. On Sunday, the Gators were left feeling like turkeys. Plagued by poor shooting and an inconsistent effort on the defensive end of the court, Florida (5-2) losing 74-58 to Arizona State (2-3) on Sunday. After shooting 48.8 percent from and Northern Iowa to begin the weekend, UF was limited to just 30.6-percent shooting in the loss. Floridas defense, usually the teams strength, allowed Arizona State to shoot 58.2 percent in the win. Arizona State came to play, coach Amanda Butler said. Right from the [start], they established who the more dominant team was. We fell in line with that, unfortunately. After trailing by a double-digit margin for most of the game, Florida used a 9-2 run in the second half to pull within 45-37 with 12:52 remaining. Poor shooting undermined UFs attempt to get any closer. We were getting the right shots, ishing them. That was a big part of our loss today. Needles was held to just eight points and made only 1 of 5 attempts from behind the arc. Jennifer George and Jaterra Bonds led Florida offensively, as each scored 11 points in the loss. But the pair needed 24 shots to score the 22 combined points. We werent really trying to get to the line, Butler said. [Arizona State] was doing a great job of stopping our dribble penetration. Were always trying to attack the paint and attack it with the pass, but we For Butler, UFs inability to make shots was less irritating than its lack of commitment on the defensive end Arizona States Janae Fulcher led all scorers with 26 points in 20 minutes. Fulcher helped the Sun Devils outscore the Gators 50-24 in the paint. We made a lot of critical errors, and most of them were defensive, Butler said. The loss concludes a brutal stretch for the Gators, who played three games in as many days and four games in seven days. Florida went 3-1 during that stretch. Butler downplayed the effect fatigue had on her team. We have no excuses, because Arizona State played two very close games preceding this, Butler said. Im not sure if it was mental fatigue or poor preparation on our part. I felt like we were ready to play, but we certainly did not come out that way. Needles said the three games will help the inexperienced Gators prepare for the rest of the season. Florida does not play again until Saturday, when it travels to Michigan. We just cant let other teams dictate our game tempo, Needles said. When we dictate, thats when games go our way. LANDON WATNICKAlligator Writer After sustaining two concussions during the preseason, Casey Prather tasted blood less than a minute into his season debut. Prather took a blow to the jaw as UCF guard Isaiah Sykes drove to the basket. During the collision, one of Prathers teeth punctured his lower lip. The junior forward exited the game about a minute later and headed to the locker room to have the gash stitched up. There was no doubt in my mind, I wanted to keep playing, Prather said. Wearing a bandage under his lip to cover the stitches, Prather returned to the game with 14:46 remaining and notched eight points as No. 7 Florida held off UCF for a 79-66 victory on Friday afternoon in the OConnell Center. Its like one thing after another with this guy, coach Billy Donovan said. I feel terrible for him, because if theres anybody who deserves to be on the was able to come back in, play and per form. In 13 minutes against the Knights, Prather was 3-of-3 shooting and made both of his free throws. He also grabbed four boards and recorded a block. During turnover in the full-court press. The 6-foot-6 juniors most dynamic scoring play occurred with 3:36 left in the contest. After receiving a feed from junior point guard Scottie Wilbekin, Prather drove down the base line and dunk to put the Gators up by 20. Thats what we love him for, Wilbekin said. He gets the whole team excited when he does stuff like that. Prather was hungry to return on Friday after a pair of concussions disrupted ing a scrimmage against Rollins College on Oct. 27. His second head injury occurred when junior center Patric Young elbowed him during a rebound attempt in practice on Nov. 5. The second one just frustrated me even more, Prather said. The season was just around the corner when it happened, so I was pretty upset. My teammates and my coaches, they kind of helped me go through it. They were just like, Be patient. Its better it happen now than later in the middle of the season. Prather struggled to avoid turnovers and averaged only two points in 9.5 minutes per game last season, but he excelled in the postseason. The forward round of NCAA Tournament on March 16, scoring 14 points and grabbing four rebounds in the Gators 71-45 victory against the Cavaliers. With Prathers return and Wilbekin back from a three-game suspension, Donovan has a deeper rotation and more energy off the bench. [Prather] provides intensity, senior guard Kenny Boynton said. His athhappy to have him back. ALLIGATOR, 15Benjamin S. Brasch / Alligator Staff 9 in the OConnell Center. Needles scored eight points in UFs 74-58 loss to Arizona State on Saturday. David Carr / Alligator File Photo After missing time due to concussions, junior makes eventful debutUF wraps up tough stretch with poor all-around performance There was no doubt in my mind I wanted to keep playing.Casey PratherUF forward


16, ALLIGATOR MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2012 Florida 37, Florida State 26 Gillislee notched back-to-back 100yard games for the first time this season, tallying 140 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 24 carries. In the first quarter, he became the first Gator since Ciatrick Fason in 2004 to rush for more than 1,000 yards in a single season. Filling in for the injured Jelani Jenkins, freshman linebacker Antonio Morrison hit FSU quarterback EJ Manuel, forcing a fumble and giving UF the ball early in the fourth quarter. On the next play, Mike Gillislee scored on a 37-yard touchdown run on the next play to put Florida ahead for good. 4A year after posting a minus-three turnover margin in a 21-7 loss to the Seminoles, one giveaway for a plus-four margin during Saturdays victory. Florida scored 14 points off turnovers. KEY STAT TURNING POINT THREE KEY PLAYS Mike Gillislee 15 Matt Elam 10 Jeff Driskel 8 Loucheiz Purifoy 8 Sharrif Floyd 6 Jon Bostic 3 Josh Evans 3 Marcus Roberson 3 Jaylen Watkins 3 Trey Burton 2 Kyle Christy 2 Leon Orr 2 Jordan Reed 2 Jonathan Bullard 1 Frankie Hammond Jr. 1 Jelani Jenkins 1 Matt Jones 1 Caleb Sturgis 1 STANDINGS 1 2 3 4 Final Florida State Florida 260 3 3 10 17 0 6 24SCORE BY QUARTERS SWAMP STUDS37Mike GillisleeRB (3 points) The freshman helped seal the deal for the Gators after Mike Gillislee left Saturdays game during the fourth quarter due to injured ribs. Jones carried the ball eight times for 81 yards and touchdown.Matt JonesRB (1 point) Elam recorded a team-leading seven tackles, one tackle for loss and an interception. With Florida State on the verge of entering Floridas red zone on its first drive, Elam picked off Seminoles quarterback EJ Manuel to end the threat.Matt ElamS (2 points) Trailing 20-16 early in the fourth quarter, Mike Gillislee took a hand off from Jeff Driskel and scampered 37 yards to the end zone. The score put the Gators ahead 23-20 and sparked a 24-0 Florida run. After taking a 6-0 lead, the Gators kicked off to the Seminoles in the second quarter. FSU returner Karlos Williams returned the kick 20 yards before UF linebacker Darrin Kitch ens forced a fumble. Florida safety Jabari Gorman fell on the loose ball, setting up the Facing third-and-4 in the fourth quarter, Jeff Driskel connected with Quinton Dunbar on a 14-yard touchdown pass, putting Florida ahead 30-20. The touchdown gave the Gators a two-score lead with for the Seminoles to overcome. Signature win not enough for Gators to earn berth in title gamehalf, nose tackle Omar Hunter said. No matter what, (the) second half is our half. We that. We knew adversity was going to come, going to happen in the game. We just have to a tough team, and in the second half, we come out strong. game Florida scored 24 straight points in Harrison said. Although we couldnt score every offensive possession, the defense just After failing to put the game out of hand game, wearing down a unit that entered as Like LSU on Oct. 6, Florida States vaunted defense folded. history to win 11 games during the regular urday was incomplete. Even with one of the nations toughest We shot ourselves in the foot too many undefeated, Muschamp said. We have no ders. The Gators have come a long way since ken at the end of the 2010 campaign. of playing in Atlanta and Miami to end the home. son is a failure without a championship. Until you start accomplishing some goals Contact Joe Morgan at joemorgan@alligator. org. FOOTBALL, from page 1