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KICKOFF INSIDE After sitting on the bench for three seasons, Tyler Murphy is Floridas starting quarterback. Read the story inside. ONLINE Visit on Sunday for a podcast analyzing Floridas matchup against Arkansas.


ADAM LICHTENSTEINAlligator Staff Writer@alichtenstein24Jeff Driskel lines up in the shotgun. Florida is poised to take the lead against rival Tennessee a team it has beaten eight straight Down. year starter is 3 for 5 on the day. He has been facing criticism for his previous game against Miami. Two weeks earlier, he set a career high in set loss to the Hurricanes. Now is the time for him to prove his worth and endear himself to the Florida faithful. Set. Tyler Murphy looks on from the sidelines. The only snap of Division I football he has against Miami. It failed. In a moment, both quarterbacks seasons are will change. One will hobble into the locker room; the other will be thrust into the spotlight. Hike. Murphy never should have started a game for Florida. That was not part of the plan. Four years ago, when Murphy was a senior vision I football player was uncertain. A career at Florida was not even a thought. His legs separated him from the competition. said he set school records in kickoff and punt returns. said. Despite his speed, Murphy never garnered much attention. was not on most schools radars. I wasnt a highly recruited guy, he said. a spot on the team, but it was at safety. Other programs followed. Syracuse and Temple both offered him scholarships if he played wide receiver. tions. I wasnt happy about it, he said. I played quarterback all my life. I wanted to continue playing quarterback. I thought if I changed positions I would have given up on myself. And I probably wouldnt have been able to live with myself. Some schools did give him an opportunity to play where he wanted. Fordham, a Football known better for its academics than its athletics, offered him a scholarship at quarterback. Soon after, Temple coach Al Golden offered Murphy a scholarship to play quarterback for the Owls. son their best record in 30 years and had Murphy committed to Temple before the end of the 2009 season and looked to compete for a quarterback spot. We thought we were getting a steal, said Golden, who is now Miamis coach. And maybe Temple would have been getting a steal a sparsely recruited prospect with real talent. Then Murphys highlight tape made its way to Gainesville and into the hands of Florida offensive coordinator Steve Addazio. The tape intrigued Addazio enough to call Murphy and invite him to Florida for a visit. Although Murphy had already committed mile trip down to Gainesville. Murphy called Golden to let him know he was visiting Florida. Golden encouraged him to make the trip. It was a tremendous opportunity for him, Golden said. I was happy for him at the time. Temple and announced his decision to play for Florida. on Floridas 2010 class, which included the likes of Quinton Dunbar, Dominique Easley, Matt Elam, Sharrif Floyd and Ronald Powell. Murphy was far from the star of the class. He tive Trey Burton. Murphy was the nondescript cherry on top of a delicious sundae Florida fans could not wait to dig into. But while other players got their chance in the limelight quickly, Murphy waited for his. Floridas quarterback situation was a mess in 2010. the programs history, graduated after the 2009 season, leaving a dearth of talent in his wake. Junior John Brantley was deemed Tebows In a panic, the Gators turned to a rotating dan Reed got a chance to run the option, as did back duties when their running attempts failed. gether, they threw 12 interceptions. Murphy never got a chance. lines is never fun. ferent positions running back and tight end, respectively. Addazio and coach Urban Meyer both left came an analyst for ESPN he is now the head coach at Ohio State; ironically, Addazio took the head coaching spot Golden vacated at Temple. tor Will Muschamp as the new head coach and With no chance to play in sight and a new inally planned to play. he said. But I had a lot of friends here. Murphy was rewarded for sticking it out by being passed on the depth chart again. Florida brought in Jeff Driskel and Jacoby Brissett the No. 1 and No. 3 high school quarterbacks in the nation. Sometimes you have to be patient when you come to a big football school like this, Murphy said. They always bring in the best guys in the country. The two freshmen leapfrogged Murphy suffered an ankle injury. Murphy led the scout team. said. Even in 2012, as Murphy entered his third season at Florida, he was overshadowed by younger players. Brissett and Driskel battled throughout training camp to replace Brantley; Murphy was never mentioned. It was always in the back of mind that I might never play, Murphy said. I just kept tunity. Driskel won the job and started all but one game in 2012. When he suffered an injury and did not play against Jacksonville State, Brissett took the snaps at quarterback. State, opening a hole in Floridas depth chart. but it still looked like he would not get a chance Bowl appearance. ing camp. For a week, Murphy was the starter. For a terback at Florida was like. But it did not last. Driskel recovered from the surgery and quickly took his place atop the depth chart. When he started fall camp he hit the line, he was running, offensive coordinator Brent on the depth chart. Said Murphy: Ive always tried to prepare myself as if I was the starter. I try to take every rep as if its a game rep. pected to sit on the bench. ing up, Murphy said. The coaches, theyll keep working, you never know when your chance is going to come. nessee on Sept. 21, Murphy got that chance. Two weeks into his playing career, Murphy is the most popular name on campus. But he is still unrecognizable to most Florida fans. A few people come up to me and tell me good game, he said, but those are just a few people Ive had class with or something. Through two games, hes thrown for 290 yards and two touchdowns. He has completed 71.9 percent of his passes. making the most of his chance. It has not all been roses for Murphy. He took a snap to the face mask against Tennessee that made its rounds on Twitter before Murphy even But otherwise, the transition has been smooth. Teammates said Murphy has been a calming presence in practice and during games. The redshirt junior has proven hard to rattle, served for longtime starters. Hes extremely intelligent, Muschamp said. He doesnt get caught in the moment, so thing you want at that position. Murphy has performed better in relief of Driskel than anyone could have expected. But hes trying to not let that get to him. The Gators hopes for the season rest on his arm, but he wants to continue doing what got him to where he is now. practice, he said. I kind of came out and tried to do too much ... I think it kind of hit me then that I was the guy. I realized I couldnt change who I was. KICKOFFEditor Phillip Heilman Cover Photo Ryan Jones Cover Design Rachel Crosby and Landon Watnick Alligator, Friday, October 4, 2013RB Valdez Showers (ankle) TE Kent Taylor (ankle) QUESTIONABLE QB Jeff Driskel (leg) DT Dominique Easley (knee) OL Chaz Green (labrum) WR Andre Debose (knee) TE Colin Thompson (foot) LB Matt Rolin (knee) DB Marcell Harris (knee) DB Nick Washington (shoulder) OUTCB Marcus Roberson (knee) PROBABLE FLORIDA offense vs. ARKANSAS defense FLORIDA defense vs. ARKANSAS offense TE WR CB RT DE RG NT C LG DT LT SAM WR QB RB Brandon Allen Alex Collins or Jonathan Williams Tevin Mitchel Braylon Mitchell Eric Bennett Alan Turner or Rohan Gaines Austin Jones Trey Flowers Chris Smith Robert Thomas Bryan Jones Jarrett Lake Austin Tate Solomon Patton Javontee Herndon Clay Burton Tyler Murphy Matt Jones Keon Hatcher Hunter Joyer Marcus Roberson Jonathan Bullard Leon Orr Damien Jacobs Dante Fowler Jr. Ronald Powell Grady Ollison D.J. Humphries Denver Kirkland Max Garcia Travis Swanson Jon Harrison Dan Skipper Jon Halapio David Hurd Tyler Moore TE RT RG DT C LG DT LT DE DE MLB SLB WR FB CB QB RB SS FS BUCK WLB MIKE WILL Michael Taylor or Neiron Ball Antonio Morrison or Michael Taylor CB Loucheiz Purifoy Jaylen Watkins Cody Riggs FS SS Will Hines CB Quinton Dunbar WR FB Kiero SmallMan down,Murphy upRyan Jones / AlligatorTyler Murphy calls a play at the line during Floridas 24-7 victory against Kentucky on Saturday Matt Riva / Alligator StaffTyler Murphy runs the ball during Floridas 31-17 victory against Tennessee on Sept. 21 in Ben OL Zach Rogers (knee) OUT PROBABLE CB Tevin Mitchel (neck) TE Mitchell Loewen (back) QUESTIONABLERB Nate Holmes (ankle) I thought if I changed positions I would have given up on myself. And I probably wouldnt have been able to live with myself.Tyler MurphyUF quarterback


Today We Inform. You Decide.Not officially associated with the University of Florida Published by Campus Communications, Inc. of Gainesville, Florida In wake of accident, University Police asks cyclists to abide by rulesUF clubs go nuts on gamedayUF performance sells out despite national attendance trendSavannah Jordan looks to overcome last weekends loss to Mizzou when Florida plays South Carolina on Friday. Read the story on page 14. 89 /68 OPINIONS 6 CLASSIFIEDS 9 CROSSWORD 11 VOLUME 108 ISSUE 32 WWW.ALLIGATOR.ORG FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2013Nathalie Dortonne / AlligatorTag, Youre ItRicardo Nazario-Clon, 46, from Morehead State University, tags a wooden board outside UFs Institute of Black Culture on Thursday. The hands-on experience aimed to teach students learn about the tagging movement and its connection to hip-hop. UF DROPPED SIX SPOTS. SEAN STEWART-MUNIZsstewart-muniz@alligator.orgUF is working toward becoming a top 10 university in the nation but it has yet to make the top 100 for worldwide rankings. Times Higher Educations World University Rankings 2013-2014 came out Wednesday and placed UF at 128 out of 400. The rankings, powered by information company Thomson Reuters, judged universities on teaching, research, industry income, citations and international outlook. UF dropped six places from the 2012-2013 study and three from 2012-2011. The university was unranked in the 2010-2011 listing. California Institute of Technology was ranked No. 1 for 2013-1014, followed by Harvard, Oxford and Stanford. University of Wyoming was last. Universities are excluded if they dont have an undergraduate program or have fewer than 1,000 research articles from the last six years. UF spokesman Steve Orlando said there are many ranking systems out there, each with its own methodology, and not all of them necessarily carry the same weight. U.S. News & World Reports 2014 list of the top 30 public universities in the nation, recently ranked UF at 14. We compare extremely favorably to the UF ranked 128th best university in the worldCRIME KATHRYN VARNkvarn@alligator.orgGainesville Police arrested three people Wednesday mornmore than two pounds of meth in their car. Wedekind, 34, of California, as well as Trinidad Madrigal, 42, and Guillermo Alcazar, 36, on 14 grams of methamphetamine amphetamine, according to a GPD arrest report. At about 8:15 a.m., Alcazar was pulled over on I-75 south of Gainesville for driving behind a tractor-trailer too closely, according to the report. The ofseemed nervous, and each person had a different story about their travel plans and relationships to each other. A police dog smelled drugs coming from the car, according to the report. Upon searching the car, police found 2.7 pounds of meth in the trunk under the spare tire. A dashboard camera video showed Alcazar telling Wedekind and Madrigal that he was going to prison because of the dope in the car, according to the report. He asked one of them to bail him out. During questioning Wedekind told police theyd been smoking meth during the trip out of a bag in the trunk. Madrigal and Alcazar into jail at about 3:30 p.m. Wedekind and Madrigal remained Thursday night with a $600,000 bond each. Alcazar was transferred to a different facility. SEE RANK, PAGE 4 FOUR HAD BEEN FILED. COLLEEN WRIGHTcwright@alligator.orgFour Student Government elecweek were withdrawn Thursday. Two complaints from Students Party and two from the Swamp Party, were dropped, said Elections Commission Chairwoman Brianne Lewis. plaint Monday against Students Party candidate Michael Christ for unregistered language on a party Tuesday for volunteers knocking on doors in areas where a No Soliciting sign was posted. After a group meeting, Swamp Party President Vivan Nguyen dropped its complaints when her party won 48 out of 50 senate seats Wednesday night. At this point we felt our victory was so great that it really spoke for itself, she said. We didnt need to pursue those charges against the Students Party anymore. Students Party followed suit. Daniella Saetta, the partys presiregistered photos on the Swamp Partys Facebook page and another for the Swamp Partys showcasing of the now-retired Unite Partys accomplishments. We just decided that wed rather focus efforts on getting the party ready for the next election, not focus on pesky little arguments with Swamp Party, she said. Its time to move on. We didnt need to pursue those charges against the Students Party anymore.Viva NguyenSwamp party president


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 0889-2423 The Alligator The Alligator 2, ALLIGATOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2013 TODAYFORECASTTUESDAY MONDAY SUNDAY SATURDAY THUNDERSTORMS 85/66 PARTLY CLOUDY 86/69 THUNDERSTORMS 87/69 PARTLY CLOUDY 89/68 PARTLY CLOUDY 89/68 VOLUME 108 ISSUE 32 terested should contact Vanica Guignard at 305-905-1988 or Hidden Coast Paddling Festival The festival is Friday through Sunday and has not only 10 paddles a day from which to choose, but entertainment, food and socials planned for those who register at Got something going on? Want to see it in this space? Send an email with Whats Happening in the subject line to To ensure publication in the next days newspaper, please submit the event before 5 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 HAPPENING?Caffeine fix with UF Hillel Get a caffeine fix today with UF Hillel. Meet Melissa at Starbucks in the Hub from 1 to 3 p.m. for one free tall drink. Its the perfect way to start the weekend and celebrate the end of the week. For questions, contact Melissa Kansky at Allen L. Poucher Legal Education Series panel discussion The Florida Law Reviews 2013 Allen L. Poucher Legal Education Series panel discussion on national security will take place today at the Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. The event is titled National Security in a Changing World: from the Perspective of an Academic, a General, a Spy, and Florida Statesmen, and it will feature former Sen. Bob Graham and Sen. Bill Nelson, along with three other distinguished panelists. Free Food at ACM Friday Night Worship Join ACM in its first Friday Night Worship of October tonight at the Reitz Union, Room 346. Learn more about God while having great Christian fellowship. For more information, visit or Gator Global Initiative conference (GGI) The Center for Leadership and Service will be hosting its fifth annual Gator Global Initiative conference, a social justice conference designed to educate students and student organizations about social issues. GGI will take place Oct. 18 and 19. Applications can be found at and are due by 4:30 p.m. today. Smart Money Management Summit Interested in knowing how to manage personal finances post-graduation? If so, apply to participate in the Smart Money Management Summit today. This program covers credit cards and credit scores, debt management, investing and retirement savings. The dates for the summit this fall are Oct. 11, Oct. 18, Oct. 25, Nov. 1, Nov. 15 and Nov. 22. Find the application form on the Facebook page at facebook. com/UFSMMS or visit The application deadline is today. For more information, contact the team at ufenactus.smms@ TigerMonkey Extravaganza 2.0 Enjoy TigerMonkey Extravaganza 2.0 today at the Civic Media Center, 433 S. Main St. This interactive art show is focused on the intellectual, artistic and social exchange between artists and guests. Entry is $5 to $15. For information, email Hipp Cinema hosts late night showing of Drinking Buddies Hippodrome State Theatre presents a special screening of Drinking Buddies at 10 p.m. To coincide with the film, drink specials will also be offered for the evening only, including two-for-one Red Stripe Beer and $1 off all other bottle beers. Drinking Buddies is a romantic comedy featuring Anna Kendrick, Olivia Wilde, Jake Johnson and Ron Livingston. For more information, visit Tunnel of Oppression The Inter-Residence Hall Association is in need of actors and volunteers for Tunnel of Oppression, which is Oct. 23 at 6 p.m. in the basement of Broward Hall. Anyone inHave an event planned? Add it to the Alligators online


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2013 ALLIGATOR, 3 CAMPUS BILLY JEAN LOUISAlligator Contributing WriterThe gameday roasted peanut sale is back by popular demand. The sale, which offers 2-pound cans of peanuts for $7 on weekends during football season, relaunches Saturday after a four-year freeze due to unreliable suppliers. The peanuts can be purchased at McCarty Hall A two hours before home football games until the end of halftime and on Fridays during football season from 4 to 6 p.m. Theres also an online ordering option. Interested patrons can email The purpose of the sale is to raise money for undergraduate and graduate agronomy students and is presented by the Agronomy-Soils Club and the Agronomy Graduate Student Organization. Diane Rowland, an associate agronomy professor at UF and an adviser for the sponsoring clubs, said she received requests from alumni and game attendees asking for the sale to return. Rowland said she decided to help with the sale because its also helping Floridas economy, in which peanuts are a key crop. The state is one of the top producers of peanuts in the U.S., she said. Jos Lpez, 27, president of the Agronomy Graduate Student Organization, said the proceeds from the sale will help send agronomy students to an international agricultural convention in Tampa in November. Buying the peanuts is helping the agronomy students (obtain) the education that theyre trying to get, he said.UF clubs go nuts on gameday STATE PARK TRAFFIC IS EXPECTED TO INCREASE DURING THE SHUTDOWN. REBECCA TURKELAlligator Contributing WriterAs the government shutdown continues to bar many agencies and services, some local residents are mourning the temporary loss of national parks. Shutdowns have affected the national park system before, said David Foster, a UF professor who teaches Geology of American National Parks. of the preservation of natural history as well as the cultural history of the country, Foster said. The history within some of the national monuments and the relationship between historical and cultural aspects of early Americans are seen in areas of the parks, Foster said. Foster said he suspects state park tional parks remain closed, as people will look for alternative places to visit. Jenna Ingram, a 20-year-old UF health education junior, grew up visiting the Everglades. I used to go there during my childhood with my family, Ingram said. It was a really cool thing to be able to see all of the nature and wildlife that lives in the Everglades. Its a historic part of Florida, Ingram said, and its upsetting to see it closed.All national parks closed Buying the peanuts is helping the agronomy students (obtain) the education that theyre trying to get.Jos Lpezpresident of the Agronomy Graduate Student Orgnaization


4, ALLIGATOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2013 William A. England / AlligatorGive Me the MoneyStudent Body President Christina Bonarrigo and Mariana Reyes, a 19-year-old health science sophomore, pose with Albert and Alberta, holding a check from the Florida Lottery indicating that UFs Bright Futures Scholars have received $928.3 million to date. GREEKSOCIALIFE.COM WILL DONATE TO DANCE MARATHON. MELISSA FLANJACKAlligator Contributing WriterA summer job working for a moving company led 24-year-old Kyle Cabral to create a new social networking website just for Greeks. Cabral, a Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity alumnus, was working for UF Mover Guys when he said he realized sorority women were overcharged by furniture movers. He felt these women could save money if they had a way to connect online with fraternity men to help them move. Cabral created to allow Greeks to connect with people tion. The website, which was launched section. Its like Craigslist; its like Facebook, Cabral said. Its a lot of stuff in one. Cabral hopes to attract advertisers to the website as soon as the member base is large enough. He plans to doadvertisers to Dance Marathon at UF. Lauren Watson, a 22-year-old advertising senior at UF, said the donation made to Dance Marathon was one of the main reasons she created a Watson, a member of Delta Gamma Sorority, said Facebook has become so broad that it is hard to connect with other Greeks. A lot of people in Greek life want to communicate about ideas, but they dont really have a platform, Watson said.Alum makes Craigslistlike Greek social siteThe rankings were based on school-provided data or estimatestop institutions in the country, Orlando said. We provide an incredible value for the education our students receive. According to the Times Higher Educations site, all the schools consented to being ranked and provided the data used. If any data is missing for low-weighted indicators like industrial income, a low estimate is entered. Orlando said he wasnt sure if UF provided information or if the ranks were based on public data. Calvin Lu, an 18-year-old UF chemical engineering freshman, said he believes UF should be ranked higher, but feels the university could be doing more to achieve it. I heard theyre building a new mansion for the president, Lu said. Why dont they put that money back into the school for the students? RANK, from page 1


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2013 ALLIGATOR, 5 LIFESTYLE ELIZABETH BOONE Alligator Contributing WriterIn Gainesville, the show still goes on. After a sold-out run of Miss Witherspoon, the latest comedy produced by UFs School of Theatre + Dance, students continue to express interest in live art, contrary to the national norm. Attendance rates for musicals dropped by 9 percent since 2008, according to a recent survey by the National Endowment of the Arts. Plays have been hit even harder by a 12 percent drop over the same period. Fortunately for the UF theater department, even with the sold-out run, students were still scrambling to see the stage. Veronica Salgueiro, a 20-yearold UF advertising and theater junior, arrived an hour and a half early Friday to squeeze onto the shows waiting list. Everyone should experience the art of live performance, Salgueiro said. bers may be the result of some students using $2 coupons to attend performances because of class requirements. Caitlyn Lower, a 20-year-old UF public relations junior, said she understands the widespread declining attendance rates. She wouldnt spend more than $10 for a show she hadnt heard good reviews about. Than Nguyen, a 20-year-old UF botany junior, said she likes the theater art form. But she was disappointed she couldnt see Miss Witherspoon because it was sold out. The show ran from Sept. 20 to Sept. 29. Seeing live theater makes you more cultured and rounded, Nguyen said. You get emotion and expression (from watching a show).UF performance sells out despite national attendance trend The next UF School of Theatre + Dance performance, Never the Sinner, directed by Ralf Remshardt, opens today at the UF Constans Theatre in the Nadine M. McGuire Theatre and Dance Pavilion. Tickets are $13 for students and $17 for the general admission.


Reader responseVote or post a message at www.alligator.orgThe views expressed here are not necessarily those of the Alligator Column EditorialFRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2013 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, 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.Todays question: Do you think the government shutdown is stupid?133 TOTAL VOTES16% YES 84% NOThursdays question: Were you surprised by the SG election results? Welcome, October! Even though the government is shut down, were still turnt up. If you havent started planning your Halloween costume, then you better get on it, son! Otherwise the only costumes left at Target will be the child-sized hot dog suits and the sexy Twister mat. Whew, what a week: You voted in student elections, aced your midterms, fretted over the Congressional budget gridlock and watched Rihanna school Miley Cyrus on sex appeal in her new music video for Pour It Up. So relax and get comfy with this weeks edition of... Darts & Laurels LAUREL goes to Sinead OConnor, who wrote an open letter to Miley Cyrus warning her about how the music industry takes advantage of young women who rely on their sexuality to sell records. They will prostitute you for all you are worth, and cleverly make you think its what YOU wanted, she wrote. While the letter was schoolmarmish in some places where she warned Cyrus about baring too much skin, OConnors intentions were pure. Talent and sexuality arent mutually exclusive, but we agree with OConnors sentiment that heavyhanded sexiness can obscure talent in the music industry and media. Next, a big, collective DART to the GOP and its hypocritical concern over children with cancer who were denied clinical trials by the National Institute of Health due to the government shutdown. According to The New Yorker blogger Amy Davidson, The professed anxiety by the G.O.P. about how children will be cared for doesnt line up well with documents like the Paul Ryan budget, which translates into wholesale cuts in the Childrens Health Insurance Program and Medicaid. The American Cancer Societys advice for the parents of uninsured children, which makes for depressing reading, talks about Medicaid and other low-income programs in terms of hope. Listen up, millennials: You need to unclench. Earlier this week, we reported on Millennials: A Portrait of Generation Next and quoted a professor at UF who said ours is the most stressed-out generation yet and technology, she said, may be the culprit. A DART, then, to millennials who cant unplug. Put down your phone and go take a walk communing with nature for a few minutes may help you calm down and quit measuring yourself against your Facebook friends. Thursday, USA Today reported scientists are working on of the colon. The infection can occur as a result of the victim taking antibiotics that deplete the bodys healthy microbes. Plot twist: The new medication contains human fecal bacterial. Hence, its hilarious and totally juvenile nickname: the poop pill. A professor of medicine told USA Today, Just speakready availability and very cheap acquisition costs of human poop. A LAUREL to the Canadian research team behind this amazing discovery. Science rules. Happy Friday! New Iranian president hasnt delivered In an unsurprising and opportune moment last president. Hassan Rouhani, Shiite cleric and newest presidential elect, opted against shaking hands with President Barack Obama at the U.N. General Assembly. According to The New York Times, Obama reportedly phoned Rouhani upon invitation with the intent to discuss Irans nuclear program. The 15-minute phone call has since been callously dubbed historic by Western media outlets, who neglect to acknowledge the lack of progress made by both indirect and direct dialogue. Instead, Rouhani refuted any claim the phone call was invited and, according to Reuters, claimed the call was a U.S.-led initiative. Reuters also reported Rouhani was greeted by eggwielding hardliners upon his return to the Islamic republic and even had a shoe hurled at him. The Iranian presidents unwillingness to shake Obamas hand and his return to a hostile Iran reinforce the understanding that the Ayatollah still exerts a full paternalistic power in Iran. Yet there seems to be an air of optimism surrounding the newly elected president. Indeed, the image of the Iranian reformer is quite familiar. In 1997, Mohammad Khatami was elected to the presidency with promises of reforms, according to the BBC. the hopeful reforms and, as a result, Khatamis policies failed. Reformist leader Mir Hussein Mousavi suffered a similar fate in 2009 when elections were rigged against him, the Guardian reported. Mousavi then faced the wrath of the Ayatollah for encouraging democratic reforms amidst the Arab Spring, a venture for which he was placed on house arrest. With such an appalling level of autonomy, its obvious why spectators hold Iranian presidents to such a low standard. For instance, after conducting a speech with CNN in which Rouhani allegedly received praise from those who thought him to be an anomaly. Yet the Iranian news agency Fars claimed the CNN translation was misleading and that the word Holocaust was never used, according to Slate. This begs the question: Can the international community trust a man who refuses to shake another mans hand? Or politely receive a phone call without denying view? Despite his promises of reform, Rouhanis actions have shown he is not a reformist or revolutionary but quite simply another tool plucked by the Ayatollah from his garage of obtuse theologians. Accepting the Holocaust occurred or picking up a phone call doesnt qualify as reform. has to show his willingness to follow through on promises not to pursue nuclear weapons, oversee democratic change in his country and break free of the Ayatollahs grip. be for those outside of Iran to hold him accountable to his promises. Richard Vieira is a UF political science senior. His column runs on Fridays. Julia Glum EDITOR Matthew Riva Samantha Shavell MANAGING EDITORS Chloe Finch OPINIONS EDITOR Richard


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2013 ALLIGATOR, 7 V Art Siriwatt is a writer for the University of California Berkeleys student newspaper, The Daily Californian. This column originally appeared on UWire.A violent look at video games UWire W in a bad mood Peter Levine is a professor at Tufts University and author of the new book We Are the Ones We Have Been Waiting For: The Promise of Civic Renewal in America.Active citizens effect change Guest columnPeter LevineSpeaking Out Art SiriwattUWire


8, ALLIGATOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2013 Be a part of something BIG GIVE B LOOD.Over 1,000 people gathered to form one of the largest human blood drop KATHRYN VARN and KELCEE GRIFFISAlligator Staff With ongoing bicycle accidents and a wave of tickets, University Police is urging students to abide by campus bike rules. gave out more than 280 warnings and about 10 citations to cyclists disobeying rules, said UPD Capt. Jeff Holcomb. These numbers are average for Fall, he said. But last week, a woman was sent to the hospital with severe injuries after she was hit by a bicyclist while getting off a bus on Gale Lemerand Drive. In Florida, a bike is considered a vehicle, so you have to abide by the same rules, Holcomb said. He also mentioned that riding a bike with headphones is illegal. At nighttime, cyclists should have one white-colored light in the front and one red-colored light in the back, he said. Mainly, Holcomb said police want to remind cyclists and pedestrians to practice common sense. For example, if a bus stops and nobody gets on, its likely someone from the bus will be getting off, so cyclists should slow down to avoid hitting someone, he said. I guess the warning is just to remind bicyclists to use a little bit of judgment, he said. Robbie Pomeroy, a 19-year-old UF criminology sophomore who got grazed by a bicycle last year, said he thinks similar incidents are isolated and can be prevented by pedestrian awareness. As you get accustomed to being on a really bike-friendly campus, you become more aware, he said. Its kind of a pedestrians job, even though it should kind of be the other way around.In wake of accident, University Police asks cyclists to abide by rules Running a red light: $252 Moving violation: $154 Non-moving violation: $104 Bicycle operation violation: $52.50 Bicyclists must yield right-of-way to pedestrians Bicyclists must orally signal to a pedestrian before passing Bicyclists may not ride with earbuds Between sunset and sunrise, bikers must display a white light on the front of the back Jeff Holcomb


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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2013 WWW.ALLIGATORSPORTS.ORG Captains announcedWill Muschamp announced via Twitter that offensive lineman Kyle Koehne, receiver Trey Burton, Buck linebacker Ronald Powell and safety Jabari Gorman will serve as Floridas captains against Arkansas. Savannah Jordan and the Florida soccer team face South Carolina tonight at 7. Read the story on page 14.Golfer to lead cheerPGA veteran Chris DiMarco will serve as the honorary Mr. Two Bits prior to Floridas game against Arkansas on Saturday at 7 p.m. in The Swamp. ADAM PINCUSAlligator Staff Writer@adamDpincusA 67-yard run takes more than a running back hitting the hole. Matt Jones career-long scamper against Kentucky on Saturday took two key blocks from center Jon Harrison and left tackle D.J. Humphries. Harrison, the anchor of Floridas offensive line, pulled around left tackle to engage linebacker Avery Williamson as Humphries chipped safety Ashely Lowery. The two linemen sprung Jones, rushing yards during a 24-7 victory. Athletic offensive linemen are nothing new for No. 18 Florida, which will host the Southeastern Conferences sacks leader in Arkansas at 7 p.m. on Saturday in Weve always had it in our scheme, offensive coordinator Brent Pease said. Its just kind of sometimes with fronts, it depends who, (and) which guys are pulling. Its not always him. It kind of depends on what defense theyre playing. Although pulling, a run-blocking technique, will not be used against the Arkansas pass rush, Floridas offensive line will have to protect the edges with two of the conferences best ends. Razorbacks defensive ends Chris Smith and Trey Flowers have combined for nine sacks this season. Smith leads the conference with six, which is 1.5 sacks more than Kentuckys ZaDarius Smith, who ranks second. They can win one-on-one battles. They can demand combinations where they single somebody else up, Pease said. And I think their scheme, you know, how they maneuver them and use games with them, its tough. We have a lot to handle with that. Florida has experience dealing with standout defensive linemen. Texas A&M feasted on quarterback Jeff Driskel, who was mak20-17 victory last season. Eight sacks later including three from Damontre Moore it appeared the Florida offensive line could not measure up. Redshirt junior Tyler Murphy will face arguably his toughest test in just his second career start. He was sacked once against Kentucky. Arkansas does not only boast a potent punch coming off the edge. The Razorbacks starting two defensive tackles seniors Robert Thomas and Byran Jones are 325 and 318 pounds, respectively. Sophomore DeMarcus Hodge, Thomas backup, tips the scales at 345 pounds. Well have different protections. Whether its a sixor sevenman protection utilizing our tight ends and backs to chip on Smith and Flowers, coach Will Muschamp said. Theyre really good rushers. They have two big guys inside who do a good job of pushing the pocket, but theres no question we need to account for them. on the mend. Excluding starting right tackle Chaz Green, whose shoulder surgery ended his season before it started, the Gators have a relatively healthy unit. They will need it when the Razorbacks travel to Gainesville for Theyve got two speed defensive ends. Theyre really good on the edges, right guard Jon Halapio said. The strength of their team is the front four. Their two inside guys, big, heavy guys, I think are 330-350 and their backups too. Theyre very physical up front. this week. The U.S. government may be shut down, but we here at the alligatorSports Brand Picks Column are still going strong. Unlike Congress, we dont act like a bunch of petulant children when we disagree on issues like picking college football games against the spread! Thats just how American we are. Merican? Murkan. God bless this country. Forgive us for keeping this weeks alligatorSports Brand Picks Column brief, but us Murkans want to catch some of Americas pastime baseball before Murkas pastime football gets here. This weeks matchup features two guys in Florida, Joe Morgan and Adam Lichtenstein, debating the Stanford-Washington game. Murka. From sea to shining sea! The Cardinal (-7) will leave the Huskies red, white and bruised because... mascot is the El Palo Alto, a coast redwood tree that reaches the heavens. Like this tree, America does it big. On a side note, have you ever seen a husky dog try to climb a tree? I didnt think so. Aint going to happen. Joe Morgan Washington (+7) is going to star-spangled hammer Stanford because... Washington is famous for its apples. And you know what you make with apples? Apple pie. It doesnt get more American than that. Also, senior Huskies quarterback Keith Price is like the homecomingking quarterback who beat you up Picks Column SITE: The Swamp (cap. 88,548) KICKOFF: 7 p.m., Saturday TV/RADIO: ESPN2 / 850 AM SEE PICKSS, pP AGE 15 Rachel Crosby / AAlligator SS taffJon Harrison prepares to snap the ball during Floridas 24-7 victory against Kentucky on Saturday at Commonwealth Stadium in Lexington, Ky. Behind the Gators dominant offensive line, running back Matt Jones rushed for a career-high 176 yards against the Wildcats. Florida will face a talented Arkansas defense on Saturday at 7 p.m. in Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. FOOTBALLPowerful offensive line paving way for Gators


14, ALLIGATOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2013 Kan Li / Alligator StaffSavannah Jordan (left) battles for the ball during Floridas 3-0 victory against Alabama on Sept. 20. SOCCER MICHELLE PROVENZANOAlligator Writer@mmprovenzanoAfter a 1-0 loss to Missouri on Sunday, Savannah Jordan just wants to focus on the rest of the schedule. The freshman forward took six of Floridas 21 shots against Mizzou but couldnt get the ball in the net. You just have to move on, Jordan said. You have to put it behind you because there are so many more games this season. Now in the midst of Southeastern Conference play, No. 8 Florida (8-21, 2-1 SEC) will look to redeem itself when it plays No. 19 South Carolina (9-1-1, 2-1 SEC) on Friday at 7 p.m. at James G. Pressly Stadium. South Carolina is always really defensively organized, coach Becky Burleigh said. Theyre hard to score on because they dont take a lot of risk going forward, but they like to counter. We have to be aware of the counter, and I think cuting offensively. The Gators face the Gamecocks earlier in the season than in past years. Florida has a history of playing South Carolina close to the end of the regular season and right before the SEC Tournament. The last time the two teams met, Florida blanked South Carolina 3-0 on Oct. 25. After a rocky road weekend, Burleigh said the team worked on the mistakes it made during Sundays Missouri matchup. We have to play for 90 minutes or do whatever it takes, Burleigh said. We probably played for 70 minutes we just were a little bit behind and not quite in rhythm. It allowed [Missouri] to get on the scoreboard and that made us have to chase the game. Jordan added: After Sundays game, I think were really going to be focused in wanting to come out with a ger than before. A major part of playing the full 90 minutes is Jordan and her ability to score. the fourth minute against Mississippi on Sept. 27, Jordan has 11 goals this ers for sixth in the nation. My preparations will exceed my expectations, Jordan said of her success this season. I thoroughly prepared myself coming in. Coming in the spring was a step up and helped me to exceed for the fall now. It wasnt planned at all, but Im happy its happening. I just hope I can keep it up and help the team win. Getting past the Gamecocks defense will be critical for Jordan, while the Gators key to success will be makeas when the defense targets the freshman phenom. Florida concludes the weekend against Auburn (4-6-1, 0-3 SEC) on Sunday at 2 p.m. at James G. Pressly Stadium. The Gators beat the Tigers to win the 2012 SEC Tournament title. For us, its another chance to get three points, Burleigh said of the weekends matchups. We want to go into each SEC game trying to get three points, no matter how that happens.Freshman hoping to help Gators rebound


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2013 ALLIGATOR, 15 when you were in high school. The big shot quarterback is an American staple! Also, the state is named after Americas daddy, so you lose. -Adam Lichtenstein Now on to the picks! ligatorSports Editor Phillip Wait, lungs sively decided to take up smoking during last weeks trip to Lexington. Riding in a ally took one hell of a toll on you, huh? ligatorSports football writer Joe Im a real journalist Morgan, who was left at home during our trip to Kentucky. To be honest, we didnt really miss him all that much. Hes much more pleasant when hes drunk on his couch than when hes breathing our air anyway. Pick 6 Jones, who stirred up his inner Tony Romo by failing to make two of his eight picks this week. If youre not going to try, then why the hell bother? Also, go Dodgers! fusely throughout the trip to Kentucky, had only one song on his iPod and even while stumbling out of the car at a gas station. Some men just want to watch the world burn. stein, who spelled his own name wrong while corresponding for the Tampa Bay Times last weekend. You get mad at us for calling you Steve, but you cant even get your last name right? Cmon, man. 3 is 247sports.coms Thomas I spent how much? Goldkamp, who made Blue Moon out. I though only women ordered drinks with fruit in the glass. Stunningly not in last this week with a Bryan Whip it out Holt, who admitted to urinating on a colleagues couch sometime in the recent past. Make sure to regularly take the little guy out if he comes over to your house to watch a Rays game. Or just ever works. recently recounted the strange vibes he to an NFL game during Destiny Week in New Orleans. Good Lord. PICKS, from page 13 ET TG BH CJ MARY (+16) at FSU FSU FSU MARY MARY KSU (+14) at OKST OKST OKST OKST OKST GT (+5.5) at MIA MIA MIA MIA MIA UGA (-11.5) at TENN UGA UGA UGA UGA MISS (-3) at AUB MISS AUB MISS MISS ARK (+11) at UF ARK ARK UF UF OSU (-7) at NW OSU OSU OSU OSU WASH (+7.5) at STAN WASH STAN STAN STAN AL AP PH JM MARY (+16) at FSU FSU FSU FSU FSU KSU (+14) at OKST OKST OKST OKST OKST GT (+5.5) at MIA MIA MIA MIA MIA UGA (-11.5) at TENN UGA UGA UGA UGA MISS (-3) at AUB MISS MISS MISS MISS ARK (+11) at UF UF ARK UF UF OSU (-7) at NW OSU NW OSU OSU WASH (+7.5) at STAN WASH WASH STAN STAN


LANDON WATNICKAlligator Staff Writer@LandonWatnickScottie Wilbekin is working his way back into coach Billy Donovans good graces. The senior point guard will rejoin the Gators when the team UF announced Thursday via its team website. been working out at UFs basketWilbekin will be made available to reporters at Floridas anthe school also said. At the Jimmy V Classic Gala Wilbekin would miss an undisthe season. Donovan said. But hes done everything Ive asked him to do through the summer and now into conditioning. Hes not quite back on our team starter last season. In his likely home against North Florida on Nov. 8 and then will travel to Yeguete, Carter not ready: Sewill not be cleared to participate throscopic debridement on his right knee in May to repair cartilage. His initial projected recovending injury in Rutgers game lease. conditioning and being able to play. Hes only been able to do a When the Gators open practice at UF due to academic eligibility issues. Walker could join the team mester. thats on paper will not be our Its just not. So I think trying to get our guys to come together as a team is the biggest challenge. ALLIGATOR Alligator File PhotoScottie Wilbekin dribbles the ball during Floridas 66-45 win against Middle Tennessee on Nov. 18 in the Tampa Bay Times Forum. Florida begins its season against North Florida on Nov. 8. MENS BASKETBALLWilbekin to rejoin Florida in practice