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Dan Mullen Says Florida Will Have Enough Players For The Game Against Missouri

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The Florida Gators will have enough guys to play Missouri this upcoming Saturday.

The Gators have been dealing with some major coronavirus issues, and haven’t played since losing to Texas A&M a couple weeks ago. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

However, they’re apparently ready to go. According to FootballScoop, head coach Dan Mullen revealed Monday during his press conference that the squad will have enough healthy players to play the Tigers, but he wasn’t “going to get into the specifics” of who will be available.

 

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This is great news for the Gators. They haven’t played since October 10, and fans are eager for the Gators to get back on the field.

Now, it sounds like everything will be good to go by Saturday with Florida.

 

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Having said, it obviously sounds like not all the players will be available for Mullen. Given how Florida is coming off a loss and a couple weeks without a game, there’s certainly reason to be concerned.

 

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Will the Gators lose two games in a row? We’ll find out Saturday at 7:30. It should be a fun one.