Florida's Jeff Driskel Faces Injury Post Miami Match-Up
Gainesville, FL. - After a devastating 16-21 loss against the University of Miami, Florida team officials announce that Gators quarterback Jeff Driskel leaves
the rivalry match-up with a slightly sprained knee.
Driskel had one of his best and worst games Saturday against Miami, with a career-high 291 passing yards and three of Florida's five turnovers.
Driskel is expected to return in time for next weeks Florida, Tennessee SEC home opener.
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