Florida's backup is prepared for Florida State and aware of the 'Noles' speed. But is Jeff Driskel going to be healthy enough to play?
Jacoby Brissett ready to go: Brissett knowing what FSU's speed is like is a huge help if Florida needs to turn to him again this year. (Michael DiRocco, ESPN)
As for Jeff Driskel: I know Kirk Herbstreit said on air and David Pollack has tweeted that Driskel will be out for Florida State, but they're not reporting things; they're saying things, and saying them wrong. Driskel was walking without crutches or a boot on Saturday at The Swamp (I know this because I saw him), and there's already a tweet report this morning that he's walking around just fine on campus. It's been less than 10 days since he got hurt, and walking is not exactly doable within that time frame with a high ankle sprain, but it's very much doable if the injury was just a moderate ankle sprain. We'll know more around noon when Will Muschamp addresses the media, and we'll know for sure if Driskel's going by Wednesday, by which point he will either have practiced and regained the starting job or not been cleared for practice and ruled out. Patience, people, patience.
Florida must beat FSU on the margins: Making things ugly is the way to down the Seminoles. Fortunately, Florida has some experience in that regard. (Greg Luca, The Independent Florida Alligator)
Florida volleyball wins outright SEC title: Just the program's 20th, no biggie. (GatorZone)
Florida soccer bows out of NCAA Tournament: The Sweet Sixteen was not a bad result for this team. (GatorZone)
Kenny Boynton climbing UF scoring list: Just five Gators stand between Kenny and immortality. (Antonya English, Gator Report | Tampa Bay Times)
More on UF cheer being grounded: Some comments from former cheerleaders in there. (Rachel Crosby, The Independent Florida Alligator)
And your FSU hype video: Taylor Gang!
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