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Chomping at Bits: Florida wide receiver Antonio Callaway “highly questionable to doubtful” for North Texas game

Jim McElwain noted that Callaway was limited during practice.

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Antonio Callaway “highly questionable to doubtful” against North Texas: Callaway suffered a quadriceps injury against Kentucky. Jim McElwain also said that guard Tyler Jordan will not play, due to an eye injury, and will miss a couple of games. (Edgar Thompson, Orlando Sentinel; Zach Abolverdi, SEC Country; Scott Carter, Florida Gators)

Profiles of Jawaan Taylor: The true freshman has been playing his way into the offensive line and may start this weekend. Taylor, who is called “The Great Wall of Waany” by Luke Del Rio, played extensively against Kentucky as Fred Johnson dealt with an ankle injury. Pro Football Focus graded Taylor the highest of any Florida player on Saturday. (Robbie Andreu, Gainesville Sun; Ryan Young, SEC Country)

Profile of Lamical Perine: Perine rushed for 105 yards against Kentucky. (Edgar Thompson, Orlando Sentinel)

Notes from Jim McElwain’s Wednesday press conference: McElwain recalled being yelled at by Nick Saban (who went off on his current offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin on the sidelines this past week), spoke about facility upgrades (sharing an anecdote about Steve Spurrier noting that nothing had changed), and about his fondness for playing in The Swamp. (Ryan Young, SEC Country)

Gator Talk continues tonight: Jim McElwain will be joined by defensive backs coach Torrian Gray. (Will Pantages, Florida Gators)

SEC Inside covers Florida hosting Kentucky: This aired last night on the SEC Network, but there are replays of it on throughout the week.

ICYMI - Wednesday’s Florida football press conferences:
Florida head coach Jim McElwain
Offensive line coach Mike Summers

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