Florida loses another starter for the season
Florida linebacker Antonio Morrison will miss the rest of the season with a torn meniscus.
It's basically just a part of your day now. The sun sets, the sun rises and then Florida announces it has lost a player for the season due to an injury.
Monday's sunrise came with the news that Florida linebacker Antonio Morrison will miss the rest of the season due to a torn meniscus. Morrison becomes the seventh starter that the Gators have lost to a season ending injury this season, and the 10th player overall.
The injuries have devastated Florida's season and have the Gators in real trouble of having their first losing season since 1979, and even has some Florida fans gathering their torches and pitchforks to take to Will Muschamp's door.
As for Morrison, the sophomore linebacker had 56 tackles for the Gators this season, with one tackle for a loss and two quarterback hurries.
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