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SPORTS ENTERTAINMENT TICKETS-NOTICE With the exception of licensed ticket brokers who are allowed to charge a fee for their services, it ta prohibited by law to sell sporting and entertainment event tickets for more than $ 1 ,00 above the retail admission price charged by the original seller. By Israel Gutierrez Special to Vie Palm Beach Post GAINESVILLE The Uni-yersity of Florida athletic department's preparation for Hurricane Floyd consisted of no more than securing a few hanging signs in Ben Hill Griffin Stadium on Monday. "It's early in the week and very premature to be making decisions as they relate to the game," Athletic Director Jeremy Foley said. "We'll be monitoring the weather very closely. Obviously, public safety will be paramount in any decision we will make." Coach Steve Spurrier said the team would practice inside the O'Connell Center or another indoor facility if necessary. Injury notes: Starting center Zac Zedalis is listed as out for the Tennessee game, despite Spurrier saying Sunday that he was confident Zedalis would play. Zedalis, who sprained his knee in UF's season opener, will not practice this week and Spurrier said his participation will be a game-time decision. Wide receiver Reche Caldwell is listed as questionable after sustaining a concussion against Central Florida on Saturday. Reserve guard Ben Brown will miss Saturday's game with an ankle sprain. B Attention, please: Junior linebacker Teddy Sims, from Belle Glade, said he thinks Saturday's performance earned him some extra playing time. Sims, who was suspended for the opener against Western Michigan, had six tackles including a sack in UF's 58-27 win. "I feel I proved to the coaches that I can play and I'm reliable," said Sims, who played all three linebacker positions in the game. "That's probably one of the reasons why the coaches move me around so much because they know I have a knack for the ball." AROUND THE NATION McNown, Hicks among five bilt is still uncertain. HDonnan cries foul: Georgia coach Jim Donnan said he didn't single out South Carolina linebacker John Abraham for dirty play when Bulldogs running back Robert Arnaud sprained his knee Saturday. The play in question came in the second quarter when Abraham stopped Arnaud for a 1-yard loss. Abraham said he was upset at Donnan's remarks. "Anyone from Georgia should know I'm not a dirty player and I wouldn't intentionally hurt anyone like that," he said. Wisconsin receiver recovering: Chris Chambers, No. 9 Wisconsin's leading receiver last season, began catching passes again after injuring his hand in the team's season opener. Chambers likely could play against Cincinnati on Saturday in Wisconsin's first road game and final warmup before the Big Ten home opener against No. 6 Michigan. Bruins name new QB: Cory Paus, who split playing time with Drew Bennett in UCLA's first two games this season, will be the Bruins' starting quarterback. Paus, a redshirt freshman who has completed 20-of-38 passes for 225 yards and one touchdown with three interceptions, will make his first start Saturday against Fresno State. Noteworthy: The Sept. 25 game between Arkansas and Alabama is to be televised on CBS. Kickoff is set for 2:30 p.m. at Tuscaloosa, Ala. . . . Colorado State senior running back Kevin McDou-gal (kg) is questionable for Thursday's game at No. 25 Brigham Young Arizona State quarterback Ryan Healy, who sprained his right knee last week, may be able to play against New Mexico State on Saturday. The Associated Press contributed to this report. 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McNown and Hicks had left their teams' practices Monday and were unavailable for comment. On July 28, nine defendants pleaded no contest to the misdemeanor charge of illegally possessing a handicapped placard. Municipal Court Judge Sam Ohta ordered each to pay $1,485 in fines and perform 200 hours of community service. Duke QB questionable: With Spencer Romine recovering from a shoulder separation, Bobby Campbell may start at quarterback Saturday in Duke's home opener against Northwestern, coach Carl Franks said. Romine was injured in Saturday's 27-9 loss to East Carolina and is questionable. Injured starters return for Mississippi: Two injured Mississippi starters, senior receiver Grant Heard (knee) and junior running back Deuce McAllister (shoulder), are expected to practice this week but their status for Saturday's game against Vander- BANKRUPTCYDIVORCE FREE Consult, Lo Fee. Pymnt Plans. Wknds S Eves. 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But he's yet to face intense pressure at UF ... at least in a game. Early in two-a-days this fall, Spurrier put Chandler on the hot seat. If he kicked a 47-yard field goal, his teammates would have to run only half the usual gassers under the hot sun. Chandler made it along fourth down,' " Spurrier said. "That attitude is not there anymore. We have a lot of confidence in Jeff Chandler." The Gators haven't had a proven kicker since Judd Davis won the Lou Groza Award in 1993. Spurrier tried to stabilize the kicking situation by offering scholarships to Robby Stevenson and J.T. Tucker in recent years, but Stevenson struggled and is out of the game, and Tucker instead signed a professional baseball contract with the Montreal Expos. That has forced the Gators to rely on walk-ons such as Cooper and Chandler. But no matter who does the kicking at UF, he has to fight the stigma that he's not always the most popular performer. "People in Gainesville are not real fond of field goals, but this year they can have confidence in our field-goal kicker," receiver Alex Willis said. "I feel it's three points on the board whenever Jeff steps out there." Of course, Cooper's teammates said the same thing about him before last season's Tennessee game. (Cooper, who now attends law school at Florida State, has refused recent interview requests.) With the Vols losing kicker Jeff Hall his replacement, Robert Loudermilk, missed his only field-goal attempt two weeks ago the Gators might have the advantage in the kicking game this time. "We'd be happy to break even there," Tennessee coach Phillip Fulmer said. Chandler hopes this game rests on his right leg. "If it does," he says, "there's no doubt in my mind I'll make it" MAIL BOX REPLIES Individuals with personal ads and some employers rent private mail boxes from The Palm Beach Post. 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