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Topic - Alan Verlander
The men's basketball game between No. 10 Florida and Georgetown on the deck of a ship was called off at halftime Friday night because the court became too wet.
Jacksonville has a nine-game winning streak, a share of the Pioneer Football League title and its highest ranking in school history.
"We've got to go back to work and maybe become meteorologists and do some things different. We and the Navy are committed to the event and doing it right," said Alan Verlander, director of sports and entertainment for the city of Jacksonville.
"It was all about student-athlete welfare," said Alan Verlander, the director of sports and entertainment for the city of Jacksonville.