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Gators have long injury list for LSU: Two offensive linemen - David Sharpe and Cameron Dillard - will not be available against the Tigers. Another, Tyler Jordan, is questionable. Florida will be missing several defensive starters as well, as Marcus Maye, Bryan Cox, Alex Anzalone, and Jarrad Davis will be out. CeCe Jefferson, who missed the South Carolina game, could possibly return Saturday. (Patrick Pinak, Florida Times Union; Zach Abolverdi, SEC Country; Edgar Thompson, Orlando Sentinel; Robbie Andreu, Gainesville Sun)
Other safeties need to step up with Marcus Maye out: Marcell Harris and Nick Washington will start. The two are now the leading tacklers on the team among Florida’s available players. (Graham Hall, Gainesville Sun; Zach Abolverdi, SEC Country)
Depth chart released for LSU game: Marcell Harris will start in place of the injured Marcus Maye. Austin Appleby naturally gets the nod at QB again. (Will Pantages, Florida Gators)
Florida football’s Monday press conference links:
Small mistakes affecting Florida offense: The Gators’ offense has generally been able to move the ball this season, but often shoots itself in the foot. (Will Miles, SEC Country)
Battle of the former Purdue QBs: Austin Appleby and LSU’s Danny Etling were teammates at Purdue before transferring to their respective SEC teams. (Ryan Young, SEC Country; Matt Baker, Tampa Bay Times)
LSU stands between Florida and SEC East title: The Gators can clinch if they defeat the Tigers. (Chris Harry, Florida Gators)
How Florida should attack LSU: Big passing plays, winning the field position battle, and generating turnovers. (Matt Jennings, SEC Country)
Gators in the NFL - Week 10: Atlanta rookie Keanu Neal had eight solo tackles, one tackle for loss, one pass defended, and one forced fumble against the Eagles. (Kelsey Bibik, Florida Gators)
Florida vs. Florida State game time: The ACC is exercising a six-day selection process for the game, so the time will be released on Sunday. (SEC Country)
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