The supervisor is David Fischer. All times are in Eastern Time unless otherwise noted. If there are questions about stories, photos or photo contributions please call the Miami bureau at 1-800-824-5498 or 305-594-5825. Ian Mader is the News Editor and can be reached directly at imader@ap.org. If you have other statewide stories or breaking news of interest to AP members in Florida, send them via email to Miami@ap.org (ASCII text only, no attachments); or fax to (305) 594-9265. The AP's general website is http://www.ap.org. The Florida AP's website is http://www.ap.org/Florida/. AP stories, along with the photos that accompany them, can also be obtained from http://www.apexchange.com. Reruns are also available from the Service Desk (800-838-4616) or from the Miami bureau.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL:

BKC--FLORIDA'S FREEFALL

GAINESVILLE — Having lost three straight Southeastern Conference games, including two at home, Florida coach Mike White promised wholesale changes. Here's the problem: White doesn't have many personnel options. By Mark Long. UPCOMING: 500 words by 4 p.m.

NBA:

BKN--MAGIC-HEAT

MIAMI — The reeling Miami Heat start a three-game homestand on Monday night against the Orlando Magic. Game begins 7:30 p.m. By Santos Perez. UPCOMING: 600 words, photos.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL:

FBC--SIGNING DAY PREVIEW

UNDATED - The traditional February signing day is a bit anti-climactic this year because of a change in the recruiting calendar that enabled seniors to finalize their college choices in December during the new early signing period. That early signing period has created a less hectic atmosphere than usual he while putting more of a spotlight on the few remaining uncommitted elite prospects as they prepare to sign Wednesday. By Steve Megargee. UPCOMING: 750 words and photos expected by 5 p.m.

___

The AP, Miami