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Today We Inform. You Decide.Not officially associated with the University of Florida Published by Campus Communications, Inc. of Gainesville, Florida Wood-fire food truck to debut Friday Prices range from $7 to $12, pg 3. Flu shots back at the Student Health Care CenterTheyre available through Friday, pg 5. Gainesvilles Pride festival See the photo story on page 8, and watch the video at Savannah Jordan scored two goals to lead Florida past Texas A&M on Sunday. Read the story on page 12. 81 /57 FORECAST 2 OPINIONS 6 CLASSIFIEDS 9 CROSSWORD 11 SPORTS 12 VOLUME 108 ISSUE 48 WWW.ALLIGATOR.ORG MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2013Adam Harrington / AlligatorWinnie Wins CRIME KELCEE GRIFFISAlligator Staff WriterPolice are still investigating a Friday night robbery that happened in the Midtown area, announced through a UF alert. to the next street, Northwest 15th Street, where they joined Avenue, Tobias said. wearing hooded sweatshirts. cident. Tobias indicated Sunday that the investigation is continuing. Residents are encouraged to call GPD with any questions at 352-955-1818.Police look into UF alert robbery ALEX HARRISAlligator Staff Writer play. Rachel Ring, 20-year-old UF new university record label will focus on enhancing the careers enhance the careers of artists in and around the Gainesville child of Ring and Breana Auidea while interning in New Ring said the label will proDaniel Levin, a 21-yearengineering senior and chairare available on a case-by-case basis. Ring said they hope the educational experience for all students involved, will be signing artists by 2014. about getting us ready, getting The steps to signing an artist into the label are still under ready by the launch of their website, which will be within Breana Auberry, a 20-yearold advertising junior and the assistant head director of of a student-run record label at She said that a nonfunctioning record label, called SGP Records, has existed for about UF to produce hip-hop, EDM and indie under its own record label DANIELA GELATKAAlligator Contributing Writer the younger crowd. Gier said she notices an increase in student shoppers during the fall. she said, is overalls. Ave., sees a younger crowd of shopClaire. She said the store has sold the beginning of October. pieces. She said a group of fraterrecently and left with Hawaiian shirts. Ashley Pollan, a third-year UF law student, said she prefers thrift stores because of lower prices and a This year, the 24-year-old plans band Kiss. She bought a leather creativity The end result always Students pop some tags for thrifted costumesSEE LABEL, PAGE 4 LIFESTYLE


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 MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2013 TODAYFORECASTFRIDAY THURSDAY WEDNESDAY TUESDAY CLOUDY 85/66 PARTLY CLOUDY 84/65 PARTLY CLOUDY 84/62 SUNNY 83/59 SUNNY 81/52VOLUME 108 ISSUE 48 recognize an unhealthy relationship to prevent abuse and violence. The program will address various types of relationships, both romantic and friendships. It is open to all faiths. 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?Awakening With Spirituality Come check out AWS on Mondays at 6 p.m. in Matherly, Room 112, to see how spirituality can be practical and beneficial. The group takes a theme relevant to college students and discusses it from a spiritual point of view, and it ends with a 10-minute meditation session. For more information, look for the Facebook group and check out AWS Free lectures on YouTube. Cedar Key clam farming topic of Monday Science Cafe Enjoy a lively discussion on clam farming in a comfortable atmosphere at Farming the Sea: The Cedar Key Story in the Florida Museum of Natural Historys Science Cafe at 6:30 p.m. tonight. Led by Leslie Sturmer, a statewide shellfish aquaculture extension agent IV at UF, the cafe will be held at Blue Gill Quality Foods, 1310 SW 13th St. A limited menu is offered for participants. Authors@UF: Lillian Guerra Lillian Guerra, who works in the department of history, will discuss her book Visions of Power in Cuba: Revolution, Redemption, and Resistance today at 3 p.m. in the Latin American Collection Reference Room, fourth floor of Smathers Library. In the tumultuous first decade of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro and other leaders saturated the media with altruistic images of themselves in a campaign to win the hearts of Cubas six million citizens. In her book, Guerra argues these visual representations explained rapidly occurring events and encouraged radical change and mutual selfsacrifice. Refreshments will be provided. Student organizations needed for RecSports photo shoots UF RecSports is looking for student organizations to volunteer as models for photo shoots promoting the departments group services, including activities with Lake Wauburg, competitive sports and fitness. They are looking for organizations that will sport smiling faces and their clubs T-shirts while participating in activities guided by RecSports marketing leaders, photographers and videographers. To volunteer, contact Hayden Manuel at haydenm@recsports.ufl. edu. As few as five members from an organization are needed for this opportunity. Stress Management 101 Is school getting stressful? The Hispanic Scholarship Fund Scholar Chapter and GatorWell will be working together to help students through it. Come to Rinker Hall, Room 210, Tuesday at 7 p.m. to learn about Stress Management 101. Itll be a night full of tips and strategies to learn how to manage time and keep stress at a healthy level. Free food and beverages will be provided. Contact HSFatUFor for more information. Love Shouldnt Hurt Hillel and GatorWell will be facilitating the event Love Shouldnt Hurt. It will be held Wednesday from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the CSE Building, Room E220. The workshop is designed to educate college students about the qualities of a healthy relationship and how to Have an event planned? Add it to the Alligators online


MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2013 ALLIGATOR, 3 Oct. 31, 1979 Theyve held together all this time on a shoestring and a prayer, George Kirkpatrick said of his tenants, the Hippodrome Theatre group. The group had been negotiating a contract with the City of Gainesville to move into an old tiations took a turn for the better when it won a $175,000 grant from the National Endowment for the the contract within a few weeks. Oct. 28, 1993 The green banana was assured of its future of being green. A state law passed to allow universities to plan future development, as well as future conservation. The legislature awarded UF and nine other universities $4.3 million to create long-range development and conservation plans in compliance with the statute. The physical master plan projects the universitys image for the following 10 years. Oct. 30, 2001 A local woman led a slow-speed chase through a Walmart and its parking lot, which ended with a charge of strong-arm robbery and an employee with scratches on his left hand. Lola Mae Monroe, a 69-year-old Gainesville woman, was seen pocketing $5 worth of The employee chased her out into the parking lot, wanting her to come back into the store. She hit and attempted to bite him, eventually throwing merchandise at his backup. KRISTAN WIGGINSOct. 31, 2001Making a FaceA UF student volunteer, left, concentrates on painting a girls face during the 19th annual Pumpkin Carve Off at UF Health Shands Hospital. The event was for Shands Childrens Hospital patients. LIFESTYLE AGASSY RODRIGUEZAlligator Contributing WriterFacebook is starting to see a lot less face time. About 23 percent of 8,650 teenagers surveyed in Piper Jaffrays 26th Semi-Annual Taking Stock with Teens Market Research Project cited Facebook as the most important social media platform, down from 42 percent the year before. Twitter was cited as the most important. But Bruce Floyd, UFs social media specialist, said hes skeptical about the research provided in the study and needed to examine it before agreeing with the trend. What (teenagers) say they like is different from what they use, he said. Anna Cesarotti, a 19-year-old UF sociology and sustainability studies sophomore, said she hasnt had a Facebook account for more than a year. I was overwhelmed by Facebook, she said. Cesarotti said she felt keeping up with Facebook was too much like maintenance, so she choose to delete her account before starting college. Although the study shows teen Facebook users are down, some UF students still think there is a need for it to stay connected on campus. freshman, said she recently reactivated her Facebook after not having one for almost three years because she felt it was necessary for college. Everything is done through Facebook, she said. use Facebook to advertise events, meetings and other information. Without it, she wouldnt be able to stay up to date. purposes, she said.Teenagers more interested in Twitter than Facebook, study saysFloyd PRICES RANGE FROM $7 TO $12. LAUREN MALONEYAlligator Contributing WriterWith his oven burning at temperatures between 800 and 900 degrees Fahrenheit, Tyler Black Black, 29, is getting ready to roll out his new food truck business, Ameraucana Wood Fire. The food truck, which contains will debut at High Dive on Friday. Black said his truck name was inspired by the Ameraucana type of chickens he raises on his farm. It says something about the theme of the business, he said. Im using domestic ingredients to make something that is great. er items, such as locally milled grits incorporated in a polentainspired dish topped with ratatouille. Prices range from about $7 to $12. Black, a Gainesville native, said he got burned out working scene, so he brought his skills back to Gainesville. I wanted to do something accessible that still used very rety ingredients, he said. Woodculmination of my experience. Leslie Flanders, a 19-year-old UF nursing freshman, said shes excited to try creations from the food truck. Something like this is exactly what this campus needs, she said. I cant wait to get my hands on a plate. Im using domestic ingredients to make something that is great.Tyler Blackowner of Ameraucana Wood Fire


4, ALLIGATOR MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2013Megan Reeves / AlligatorFall FeastEduardo and Kate Candelario and their 2-year-old daughter, Audrey, eat organic, southern-style macaroni and cheese at the Florida Organic Growers Harvest Hoedown 2013 at Prairie Creek Lodge on Saturday. CONSTRUCTION SHOULD BE COMPLETED IN FALL 2015. ASHLEY KOBZA Alligator Contributing WriterUFs College of Medicine is building a new education center in its efforts to move from a disciplined-based program to a patient-centered one. Nov. 22 at noon across from the Evelyn F. McKnight Brain Institute. The cost of the project is estimated at $45 million. The building is going to be an education building for the medical students as well as the physician assistant students, said Karen icine. The original building was built in the 1950s and refurbished in the 1970s, Dooley said. Whenever Im in the medical buildings, a lot of it feels old and run down, so Im really excited to be proud of it, said Holly Carnell, a 21-year-old UF biochemistry senior, who will start medical school in Fall 2104. Carnell said the new building which is being built west of the brain institute on Newell Drive will be more impressive and attract prospective medical school students. De-Vaughn Williams, a 21-year-old UF food science and human nutrition senior, echoed Carnell. new building. dents, some of whom spend up to 12 hours a day in the facility. In addition, the building will contain more space for the growing number of incoming students. After the new building opens, the College of Medicine will be implementing a new learning style, called experiential or simulation learning. It allows students to practice medical procedures using dummies. the better youll be able to draw on that material when you need to perform, Carnell said. Construction is expected to be completed in Fall 2015. Were optimistic we will meet our targeting date, Dooley said. If all goes well, hopefully the freshman will be able to be in this. WINNING ENTRIES WERE AWARDED ABOUT $10,000 COLLECTIVELY. NICOLE EARLYAlligator Contributing WriterApps and interactive webend Gainesville, where inventies. The competitive event, which ran from Friday until Sunday night, spawned ideas such as Bounce, an app that connects stranded students with student drivers, and Game On, an app that helps Ten idea pitches were selected for inclusion in the competition, and about 70 people participated throughout the project teams. Scientist and UF alumnus the idea for Waitr, a mobile application restaurants can use to receive orders from customa returning customer who logged a previous negative experience comes in. Turned Up Technology, which placed second, was the only hardware-based entry. It turns off music in earbuds users ears and turns on when users put them in. mosphere created at Startup his idea to fruition. He said it provided all the necessary resources from design and business mentors Addison Killebrew, a 20year-old UF event management sophomore, was a part of the Waitr team. He said he joined the competition to use something people can use rather than just consuming. Orrett Davis, global startup ential education for entrepreneurship. safe environment for entrepreneurs to test their ideas and get Anjali Kundra, Startup building and opening up to new ideas. gives people the tools to get started in the entrepreneur community and encourages Martin Schaffel, mentor and judge for the competition, said ity of a business whether a product solves a problem and whether producing it is feasible. Winning entries were awarded with about $10,000 collectively in services, including consulting and attorney services, to aid the launch of the startups. LOCAL MCKENZIE COLLARDAlligator Contributing WriterFoodie Instagrammers can now earn rewards for sharing their obsessions on social media. Stealz, which recently expanded to Gainesville, is a free app that rewards users for sharing photos of participating businesses. scan a QR code and share photos cumulate points to exchange for download on the iPhone and Android through the App Store or Google Play. Rewards from the app vary with each business. Matt Aschenbrener, manager at How Do You Roll?, said the restaurant offers an instant reward of miso soup for downloading the app and other incentives at 10, 20 and 25 points. Users can earn points after sharing a photo on FaJordan Pfeiffer said customers are pizza or six free garlic rolls. When a user reaches 50 points, he or she receives 50 percent off of an order. Pfeiffer said it is a convenient way for students to save money. age are using smartphones more and more, she said. Stealz is a great app, especially in a college Other Gainesville businesses covered by the app include Burrito Famous, Pita Pit and Relish.Swamp Records, run by UF students, hopes to sign artists in 2014two years. SGP Records is an idea that wasnt fully developed or put in action completely, and thats why we rebranded it as Swamp Records, she said. Jared Glosser, a 21-year-old UF history senior and the events director for Swamp Records, said the short-term goal for the organization is to sign at least one or two artists in 2014. artists that have come through and been a part of Swamp ReThe Swamp Records team is currently made up of about 20 on this project. Everything that can be done at this record label, from ing; everything is going to be done by students, she said. Its basically real-life experience building a record label from the ground up. laLABElL, from page 1 It gets dreary looking. It will be really nice to have a new building.De-Vaughn WilliamsUF food science and human nutrition senior Its basically real-life experience building a record label from the ground up.Breana AuberryUF advertising junior


MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2013 ALLIGATOR, 5Rachel Crosby / Alligator StaffCooter ChampionA race referee lifts the winning cooter a large, herbivorous, freshwater turtle from its lane on Saturday at the Great American Cooter Fest in Inverness, Fla. The festival had horse rides, crafts and a petting zoo. JESSLYN WADEAlligator Contributing Writer Friday. This shipment was already planned months ago, said Catherine Seemann, a dent Health Care Center. UF doesnt order the seasaid. ers. Seemann said. compared to 2,500 this time last year. Seemann said this year the SHCC did expect to give estimated. Evelyn De la Vega said Walgreens or CVS. I think its great that I can to plan ahead, said the 20senior. Seemann said the most make is thinking they are healthy and dont need the shot. However, it does not make cine, Seemann said. It takes two weeks for the Seemann said. and it is literally the No. 1 way to prevent the seasonal Flu shots back at Student Health Care Center until FridayLIFESTYLE LIZ MOONEYAlligator Contributing Writer Cognition and Brain Sciences inthe machines generated smoother exercise psychologist, said shes They were distracted from their they were making, so it seemed that theres an advantage to creating I do is say, Lets change the song, Gardner said. Raphael Konforti, a 22-year-old Making music can make exercise betterNATIONAL REBECCA TURKELAlligator Contributing WriterWith animal treats recently linked to illnesses and death, lodown the pet aisle. port symptoms. Richard Hill, a UF College of Veterinary Medicine associthat are associated with these jerky treats, Hill said. changed when the treats were processed. packages where the treats came from, he said. Pet owners can stray away from giving treats or stick to control of where they are getting their treats from, Hill said. Jerky treats linked to pet deaths, cause concern for owners SAMANTHA BLENDAlligator Contributing Writer chance for attendees to enjoy Swamp Head The sea monsters-themed event will inrie Creek Lodge from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. Tickets door. since assisted in preserving more than 50,000 acres of land in the North Central Florida area. Forty years ago, there were only 2,000 acres of land set aside for conservation.The balls theme is sea monsters I think its great that I can just walk in the SHCC and get my Evelyn De la Vega Sheila Gardner Pet food companies recalled in 2013 Kitchen Kreations, LLC: Sept. 11 Hubbard Feeds Inc.: Sept. 4 Purina: Aug. 30 Goldenfeast Inc.: Aug. 26 Eukanuba: Aug. 14 Iams: Aug. 14 Dogswell: July 26 Hubbard Feeds Inc.: July 2 Robert Abady Dog and Cat Food Corporation: June 20 Innova (NaturaPet): June 18 EVO (Natura Pet): June 18 California Natural (Natura Pet): June, 18 Healthwise (Natura Pet): June 18


Reader responseThe views expressed here are not necessarily those of the Alligator Column Editorial The Alligator will be withheld if the writer shows just cause. We reserve the right to edit for length, grammar, style and libel. Send letters to, 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.Celebrity criminals:Pop culture forgives them too oftenChris Brown was arrested early Sunday morning in Washington, D.C., on felony assault charges, but hey, well probably forget about it in a few weeks or so. According to The Washington Post, Brown had been scheduled to host a party Saturday night. On Sunday morning just before 4:30 a.m., Brown and his bodyguard, Christopher Hollosy, were reportedly involved in a physical altercation with and released. Brown and Hollosy will remain in custody until their scheduled court appearance today. Despite the fact that Brown has been on probation since 2009 after pleading guilty to attacking his former girlfriend, Rihanna, public eye most recently over a parking-space dispute with R&B artist Frank Ocean in February in Los Angeles. reputation will probably never recover from the 2009 Rihanna incident. However, this recent assault charge is only one in a long line of highly publicized incidents involving the singer. In August, Brown went on a rage-fueled Twitter rant and acter he was ordered to perform 1,000 more community service hours, according to NBC News. The increased community-service hours agreement was reached after Browns previously revoked probation from 2009 was reinstated following a hit-and-run accident in May. After the new community-service agreement, Brown tweeted, How about yall take care of all the homeless kids and families on skid row. Promote helping people that are really f***ed up in your city! Brown ever completed the community-service hours he was originally ordered after his 2009 conviction. And there it is. For the past four years, despite a few hiccups, its been business as usual for Brown. Its perfectly cyclical: Every once in a while hell do something stupid such as throwing a tantrum after a Good Morning America appearance the incident will be highly publicized, people will inevitably bring up the Rihanna incident and then everyone conveniently forgets about it. Meanwhile, nothing changes he obviously hasnt addressed his anger issues, and he isnt completing his court-ordered community service hours. Will this incident be any different? Because Brown is on probation in California for his 2009 domestic violence conviction, any arrests could be viewed as a violation of his probation and result in jail time, according to CNN. However, Brown is a cash cow for his label. The mixtapes and full-length albums have brought in revenue, and it goes unsaid that hell have the best legal representation money can buy. Its likely hell evade jail time as well as being held accountable for his actions. 68 TOTAL VOTES94% YES 6% NOVote or post a message at www.alligator.orgFridays question: the Science Guy in elementary school? Todays question: Is UF making its own record label a good use of student money?Saudi women drive rights argument homeA revolution can start with the simplest of actions. On Saturday, dozens of women in Saudi Arabia made a statement by driving. The Middle Eastern country has no law prohibiting females from driving, but its considered a taboo in the conservative Islamic culture dominated by an authoritative monarchy. Saudi Arabia is the only country in the world that prohibits women from getting behind the wheel. Its considered just as offensive for women to vote or run perhaps by 2015 women will have the opportunity to vote, he didnt give women the green light on the Oct. 26 campaign. Despite the monarchs dismissal and warnings from mosque clerics being broadcast in the days before the campaign, about 40 Saudi women made their statement this weekend. A half-dozen YouTube videos were posted showing mothers, sisters and daughters driving the roads of Jeddah, Riyadh, Mecca and other Saudi cities. In 1990, more than a dozen women were imprisoned by the Saudi government for defying the defacto ban. When they were released, some lost their jobs. Saudi der parity, according to a report from the World Economic Forum. It was also the only country to get a score of for the political empowerment of women. But that doesnt mean women have been silent. The Manal al-Sharif, a 34-year-old female computer scientist, started a Facebook page called Women2Drive, which had Teach me to drive so I can protect myself as its slogan. She posted a video of herself driving, which received support both domestically and abroad by womens rights advocates. Shortly after, she was arrested and detained by the Committee for the Protection of Virtue and Prevention of Vice. The secret religious police also started an initiative to notify husbands and brothers of the whereabouts of their female counterparts by text message in 2012. This weekend, al-Sharif fearlessly organized women all over the country to get on the roads. Women werent alone in their rebellion. Singer and YouTube sensation Alaa Wardi who grew up in Saudi Arabia showed his support for the campaign with a Bob Marley song as a satire of the governments gender-restrictive ban. No Woman, No Drive got more than 1.9 million views in just one day. Its only a matter of time for the ultra-traditional Saudi government to realize most of the world wont stand for sexism anymore. Its not about driving: Its about being treated like a capable human being who has the right to mobilize and take control of her own life. Although were not subject to government or religious persecution, women in the U.S. should take a lesson from our Saudi sisters. They put themselves on the line to advance their own dignity and safety, in spite of the backlash they might receive from authority. We have our own driving to do. The way we are we want to be treated. As these women take the steering wheel into their own hands, so should American women. Next time I get into my car, I will take a deep breath of gratitude for having the right to drive, to vote and to do most things my male colleagues can do. Now, onward women. We still have a way to go on this road to equality. Daniela Guzman is a UF journalism senior. Her column runs on Mondays. MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2013 WWW.ALLIGATOR.ORG/OPINIONS Julia Glum EDITOR Matthew Riva Samantha Shavell MANAGING EDITORS Chloe Finch OPINIONS EDITOR Daniela


MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2013 ALLIGATOR, 7 The highly anticipated Joel Mendelson is a UF graduate student in political campaigning. His column runs on Mondays.Enders Game authors bigoted views in the minorityColumn Saeed Ghadimi is a fourth-year Ph.D. student in the UFs department of industrial and system engineering.O Monica Rojas is a writer for The Daily Cougar. This column originally appeared on UWire.Iran nuclear challenge a win-win?Overreactions to gun scares out of handGuest column UWire Joel Monica RojasUWire Saeed GhadimiSpeaking Out


8, ALLIGATOR MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2013 JENSEN WERLEYAlligator Staff Overturning of DOMA celebrated at Gainesvilles Pride festival The community is excited.Terry Flemingco-president of the North Central Florida Pride Community CenterWilliam A. England / Alligator Staff William A. England / Alligator Staff Jensen Werley / Alligator Staff William A. England / Alligator Staff William A. England / Alligator Staff


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Former Gator subpoenaed Mike Pouncey was served a grand jury subpoena in Massachusetts related to the investigation of Aaron Hernandez, Sports Illustrated reported Sunday.Antoinette Bannister and UF womens basketball defensive identity. Read the story on page 14. JONATHAN CZUPRYNAlligator Writer@jczuprynFloridas defense was one of the strongest in the nation in 2012-13. This years unit has work to do before it reaches that level of production. Last season, the Gators limited centage, which was the best in the Southeastern Conference. nation, allowing 54.4 points per game en route to a third consecutive trip to the Elite Eight. Fewer than two weeks from the start of this season, coach Billy Donovan believes the unit has regressed considerably. Were nowhere near the defensive team we were a year ago, Donovan said. I mean were not even remotely close. Donovan has stressed the importance of remaining poised during games, which was a problem at times last season, to this years unit. There were times where adversity would hit our team, he said. We would get fractured. And I dont mean fractured from the ing. But Scottie (Wilbekin) turns the ball over (and) hes consumed with the turnover and hes down or hes disappointed in himself and hes consumed with that play. MICHELLE PROVENZANOAlligator Writer@mmprovenzanoCoach Becky Burleighs most potent force on Floridas offensive attack continues to score goals. Savannah Jordan embodies everything Burleigh wants in a forward: physicality, persistence, quickness and precision. On Sunday, the freshman scored two goals to help Florida earn a 2-0 upset against Southeastern Conference leader Texas A&M at James G. Pressly Stadium. Her consistency is pretty remarkable as a freshman, Burleigh said. We saw that last year with Christen Westphal, and its pretty unusual, so its great to see that. out strong in the attack after halftime knowing Jordan was ready and waiting to score. The freshman was farther back from her post in the box and used the width to her advantage. take a shot on goal. into the right corner of the goal. I just continued my run and followed it, Jordan said. It wasnt the prettiest goal, but it went in, and Im happy. The Aggies put an emphasis on a high back line to limit the Gators opportunities, but Florida retaliated by sending one of its own defenders in on attack. Westphal, a center back, drove the ball into the Aggies half, stopped shy of the arc and sent a pass to Jordan in the left of the box. Jordan ran the ball up and shot it before Aggies defenders Freshman tallies two goals to lead Florida to victory UF defense seeking improvementRachel Crosby / Alligator StaffPatric Young poses for a photo during Floridas basketball media day. The senior center, who averaged 10.1 points and 6.9 rebounds per game last season, is hoping to help the Gators improve on defense in 2013-14. AS STEIN ON TVSomehow, some way, Florida is still in the hunt for a trip to Atlanta. Despite two of the worst played games since the John Brantley era, the Gators still (almost) control their own path to the Southeastern Conference Championship Game. With two conference losses, UF is tied for second in the SEC Eastern Division with Georgia and South Carolina behind one-loss Missouri. Thanks to the Gamecocks win against the Tigers on Saturday, the Gators still have a shot. What Florida needs to do is win out and pray for more teams to beat Mizzou. The Tigers hold the head-to-head tiebreaker against the Gators because of Floridas awful showing against Missouri on the road, but UFs season is not over. The Gators have the easy part. Just win. Their quest begins on Saturday in Jacksonville when they take on the Bulldogs. Both teams have been wracked by injuries, which have caused Florida and Georgia fans to lament for the season that might have been. might be called into action if things get too rough. Then, Vanderbilt comes to The Swamp for Floridas homecoming game. The game that features parades, pageantry and Gator Growl is picked before the season starts and is intended to be a contest the Gators will win easily in front of all the alumni who grace Gainesville for the weekend. However, homecoming has been rough for UF recently. From 2010 on, Florida is 2-1 in homecoming games against Mississippi State, Vanderbilt and Louisiana-Lafayette. The biggest win? A seven-point victory on a last-second blocked Gators need multiple lucky breaks to make it to AtlantaSEE HOOPS, PAGE 15 SEE SOCCER, PAGE 15 SEE ADAM, PAGE 15 Adam LichtensteinTwitter: @alichtenstein24 Jordan Were nowhere near the defensive team we were a year ago. I mean were not even remotely close.Billy DonovanUF coachPoll ResultsWho deserves the most blame for Floridas offensive woes? 56% O-line 39% Pease 5% Other112 total votes WWW.ALLIGATORSPORTS.ORG


MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2013 ALLIGATOR, 13 Kan Li / Alligator StaffSimone Antwi leaps to hit the ball during Floridas three-set victory against Tennessee on Sunday in the OConnell Center. Florida won both of its matches during the weekend. Kan Li / Alligator StaffSeveral Gators react to scoring a point during Floridas three-set victory against Auburn on Friday in the OConnell Center. With nine matches remaining in the regular season, Florida is second in the Southeastern Conference to undefeated No. 11 Missouri. The two teams play for a second time this season on Nov. 15.Kan Li / Alligator StaffSavannah Jordan shoots on goal during No. 7 Floridas 2-0 victory against Texas A&M on Sunday afternoon at James G. Pressly Stadium. The freshman forward leads the Gators with 18 goals on 90 total shots this season. Havana Solaun is second on the team with six goals in 2013.Kan Li / Alligator StaffAnnie Speese (left) and Christen Westphal celebrate with Savannah Jordan (7), who scored both of the Gators goals during No. 7 Floridas 2-0 victory against Texas A&M on Sunday in James G. Pressly Stadium.VOLLEYBALL SOCCER /WEEKEND RECAP


14, ALLIGATOR MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2013 WOMENS BASKETBALL GORDON STREISANDAlligator Writer@GordonStreisandThe buzz around the Gators this preoffense that incorporates the transition game. But what about Floridas defense? Last season, the Gators were 12th in the Southeastern Conference in scoring percentage defense. Making matters worse, Florida lost Jennifer George, the teams defensive anchor last season, to graduation. George led the team with 5.2 defensive rebounds and 1.6 blocks per game in 2012-13. Sydney Moss, who was second on the team with 4.7 defensive rebounds last season, transferred. Without George and Moss, new players will be needed to help build a consistent defense. Sophomore Antoinette Bannister said she thinks Jaterra Bonds and Carlie Needles are going to pick up the slack. Theyre role models to me, Bannister said. I really love the way they play defense. They lock down. I look at them everyday and Im like, Dang, I want to be like them. I want to be a great defender. I dont want to be just an offensive player that cant guard anybody. I want to be great on both ends. The question still remains: How will the defensive philosophy shift in accordance to a new offense that depends on an up-and-down, frenetic style? Defensively, I feel like were a lot the same as we were last year, redshirt junior Kayla Lewis said. A lot of interchangeability with the pieces that we have. A lot of people talk about our offense havent done a lot of full court things, but I know in the half-court were going to be just as aggressive as we were last year. With a new offense that coach Amanestablishing a defensive identity could prove challenging. There will inevitably be kinks on both sides of the ball when implementing a new paradigm. Butler knows that. Her players do, too. The buzzword that keeps reoccurring about building a successful defense is communication. If we just talk and let each other know we have each others back, I feel Bannister said. Still, questions remain. How will another year without the big-bodied Viktorija Dimaite take its toll? Who will step up on the rebounding front with the departures of George and Moss? offense translates to the defense. Weve worked on our transition game and changed our defense when it comes to attacking, sophomore Christin Mercer said. With the guards in a smaller post, well be able to run the majority of the team to have a set half-court game. Since were so versatile and so guardlike, we can move.Gators searching for new defensive identityRachel Crosby / AAlligator SS taffSophomore Antoinette Bannister poses for a photo during Floridas basketball media day.


punt against the Ragin Cajuns last year. So, if Florida survives homecoming, it will travel to Columbia, S.C., to face No. 14 USC in WilliamsBrice Stadium with an SEC title game berth still within the realm of possibility. The Gators had a bad day the last time they played in a town named Columbia, but they need to shake those memories and pull out a win against the Ol Ball Coach, Steve Spurrier. Its possible South Carolina is in the middle of an up-and-down season that includes a loss to Tennessee and narrow victories against UCF and Kentucky. But even if the Gators win out, they would still need assistance to reach Atlanta. The Tigers need to lose at least twice. Missouri still has a tough road ahead of it. A somewhat resurgent Tennessee team is next on the schedule. The Volunteers nearly pulled off an upset against the Bulldogs before knocking off the Gamecocks as part of a topsy-turvy week for the SEC. Things returned to some semblance of normality last week as Alabama blew out Tennessee, but the Vols have another chance to defeat a division leader and send the SEC into anarchy against the Tigers. Kentucky follows Tennessee on Mizzous schedule. This is as close Next. be their toughest. An upstart Ole Miss squad that already took down a top-10 LSU team followed by the Texas A&M Fightin Johnny Footballs await Missouri. Assuming the Tigers win those vorite, Florida fans will need their friends in Oxford, Miss., and College Station, Texas, to do them some big favors. The Rebels have already shown the ability to play with the conference big boys, and the Aggies have the ability to beat any team in the conference on any given Saturday thanks to the pairing of Johnny Manziel and Mike Evans. Missouri needs to lose both of those games for Florida to make it to the SEC title game. That way, the Gators can receive the honor of being obliterated by Nick Saban and the Crimson Tide a noble fate Florida would be lucky to enjoy. Another guy missed a little short jump-hook in the lane or missed a layup and hes consumed with that play. And before you know it, youve got guys that are all kind of involved in their own little world. Center Patric Young said there is hope for this years team to match and even surpass the defense of a year ago. But much like Donovan, Young has placed an added emphasis on team defense. We cant go in there expecting to just walk in and be good on that same level, Young said. I think we dont trust each other as well on defense as far as knowing that theres a next man there to help you out. Because thats all what defense is about: help. Donovan said his players are not passing the blame or being themselves up so much for bad plays that they forget they have the rest of the team to help on the following play. Even without Will Yeguete (knee) and several other Gators who are battling injuries, Donovan said the defense will make great strides if the remaining players can have short memories. Sometimes our guys, at times, have been way too hard on themselves, he said. They make a mistake, they get so upset and frustrated and down on themselves and dont realize theres another play coming. Because if youre going back on defense and youre coming off of a turnover, you still have an opportunity to stop them. But youre not going to stop them if one of youre guys is worrying about the previous play and is not engaged in the next play. Michael Frazier II, who played under Donovan for the USA mens U19 team over the summer, said he knows ter he struggled with his shot in the FIBA tournament. Talking with my coaches that were there with me, they were saying I was just thinking about it too much, Frazier said. Thats something we all can get better at as a team. MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2013 ALLIGATOR, 15 HOOPS, from page 12Players distracted by own poor playsRachel Crosby / Alligator SS taffCoach Will Muschamp watches players warm up prior to Floridas 36-17 loss to Missouri on Oct. 19 at Faurot Field in Columbia, Mo. Kan Li / Alligator SS taffSavannah Jordan battles for the ball during Floridas 2-0 victory against Texas A&M on Sunday afternoon at James G. Pressly Stadium. Jordan scored both of the Gators goals in the win. UF needs Missouri to lose twice more aADa AM, from page 12 UF Bask etball Texas A&M took 10 shots during scoreless second halftime on Sunday. It was great defending by [outside back Tessa Andujar and Westphal], Jordan said. They doubled down on the girl and got the ball. Christens bringing the ball forward, so I just kind of got out. She looked up at me, made eye contact and just played a great ball. Westphal added: I really didnt know what to do after it happened I was kind of just frantic, but it was awesome. Ive been looking for it for the past couple games because I like to get forward as a center back. The goal was Jordans second of the game and 18th of the season. Texas A&M was relentless trying to battle back, taking 10 shots during the second half. We just needed to settle down a little bit, Jordan said. We were a little anxious. I think everyone was a little nervous about this game because it was a big one. At halftime, we just kind of calmed down, took a second breath, and when we came out, we just started playing the way we normally play. shutout and keeps the Gators (14-3-1, 8-2 SEC) in contention for an SEC title ence with the Aggies (13-4-1, 8-2 SEC). Weve got one more step to take, Burleigh said Thats going to be Thursday night against a very good Georgia team. SOccCCErR, from page 12 At halftime we just kind of calmed down, took a second breath, and when we came out, we just started playing the way we normally play.Savannah JordanUF forward


RJ SCHAFFERAlligator Writer @rjschaffer With the score tied at 21 in the second set, it appeared that Florida could be in for a battle with Tennessee. The Volunteers opened the set on a 12-5 run after the Gators won But a controversial attack error by Tennessee junior middle blocker Shealyn Kolosky sparked a sixpoint run for Florida, which won the set and cruised to a sweep. We got the kill by Alex (Holston) and then the attack error came, but there were two back-toback digs by Taylor (Unroe) that were the separator in the second set, coach Mary Wise said The No. 5 Gators improved their record to 20-2 (9-1 SEC) with a three-set victory against the Volunteers (25-13, 25-21, 25-15) on Sunday. Florida hit .500 with only three but Tennessee responded with a second-set rally. The Gators struggled hitting allowing the Volunteers to gain momentum. Senior outside hitter Whitney Heeres led the charge with four kills in the set. I thought the second set was pretty good volleyball by both teams, Wise said. I think we got better from that. Floridas defense continued to be a vital part of its success. UF held UT to a .108 hitting percentage after shutting down Auburn on Friday. The middle blockers and defensive specialists showed off their ability, holding every Tennessee player to a hitting percentage of .300 or less. Two players hit in the negatives. After failing to win the second set, the Volunteers hit .030 for the rest of the match. We kind of let off the gas pedal a little bit in the second set, Unroe said. They blocked some balls, and it felt like we were coasting a little bit. Outside hitter Ziva Recek helped steady Floridas offensive attack and made sure there would be no upset in Gainesville. The sophomore has struggled to make the same type of impact she had during her freshman year, but she made her presence known against the Volunteers. Recek led the team with 14 kills and had a hitting percentage of .323. She also notched six digs and committed just four attack errors. It always helps us when Ziva plays well, Unroe said. When shes on, it makes it a lot easier. We dont have to force as many balls out of system to Alex (Holston) or the outside. The Gators also received key contributions from sophomore outside hitter Gabby Mallette, who was instrumental on offense and defense. She helped keep several rallies alive, wearing down a Tennessee defense that entered the match ranked second in the nation in digs per set (18.9) in the process. Mallette led the team in hitting percentage (.444) and tied for second with nine kills during the match. Theyre a team that historically plays very well here in the ODome, Wise said. It wasnt until we got into some good serving runs and got the ball away from their middles that allowed us to run points. 16, ALLIGATOR MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2013 Kan Li / Alligator StaffZiva Recek reaches for the ball during Floridas three-set victory against Tennessee on Sunday afternoon in the OConnell Center. Gators stave off Volunteers attack FRESHMAN DEFEATED TOURNAMENTS NO. 1 SEED.BRITNEE MCCOYAlligator Writer@TheReporterGirlKourtney Keegan had two chances to advance to tourlando this weekend. The freshman failed each time. Keegan, a Roswell, Ga., native, fell in straight sets durShe then teamed up with fellow freshman Stefani Stojic On Thursday, Stojic was the only one of Floridas three as both Keegan and Belinda Woolcock received byes. Stojic defeated Auburns Ashley Kitchen in three sets 4-6, 7-5, 6-2 to advance to the second round. There, Stojic faced USTAs Mia Horvit, winning 7-6 (3), 6-1. match against Tulsas Marcelina Cichon 6-2 before Cichon retired. Keegans second-round opponent withdrew due to injury. On Friday, Keegan defeated top-seeded Pleun Burgmans, a sophomore from Auburn, and Texas Techs Lynn tournament. Stojic lost her singles match, and Woolcock fell in the The highlight for [Friday] was obviously Kourtney beating the No. 1 seed, associate coach Dave Balogh said in a release. She played tough, smart and handled some pressure situations extremely well. Florida had no participants remaining in the tournament after Saturday. against Ines Deheza and Paula Deheza of Texas A&M, but they later fell against Vanderbilts Ashleigh Antal and MaOn the singles court, Keegan fell to her opponent, USTAs Peggy Porter, 6-2, 6-1. Next, the Gators will be split between two separate USTA/ITA National Indoor Championships will most likely feature Alex Cercone and Brianna Morgan, who are both waiting on an invitation to tournament. The rest of the Gators will compete at the Dick Vitale Intercollegiate Clay Court Classic in Lakewood Ranch beginning on Nov. 8.Keegan drops UF Tennis