GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Linebacker Dustin Doe, who was arrested Sunday for fighting in public, will not be suspended, Florida coach Urban Meyer said Wednesday.
Doe still faces other punishments, however.
"The leadership committee met with him and some punishments have been put in place, and he's going to get his work done," Meyer said.
Also at practice Wednesday, Meyer said defensive end Derrick Harvey underwent surgery for a sports hernia that will sideline him for the rest of spring drills. Harvey, one of only two returning starters on UF's defense, was the defensive MVP of the 2006 BCS National Championship Game.
It was the latest injury in a spring riddled with them for the Gators.
The most serious occurred when running back Mon Williams tore his ACL causing him to miss the entire 2007 season.
Several other players have also missed practice or had to scale back due to minor injuries.
Tight end Cornelius Ingram missed another practice Wednesday with a sprained ankle but should return soon and receiver Louis Murphy sat out with a swollen knee. Receiver Riley Cooper, a key component of UF's special teams last season, has also missed all of spring practice with a mysterious foot injury due to overuse that can only be cured with rest.