Jeff Driskel Injury: Florida QB 'Will Practice Wednesday,' Says Will Muschamp

After a highly confusing round of reports that alleged potential Florida Gators starting quarterback Jeff Driskel was either decapitated or just going to the restroom, UF has issued its own comments on the matter. Highly visible code words include "internet reports" and "reports speculated," and the release points out Will Muschamp's schedule is now clogged with "dealing with the media" despite no such with-dealing having been scheduled.

From Florida:

The UF communications office received calls inquiring about the reports and released a statement in the afternoon saying Muschamp would address any injuries at his next media availability.

"Jeff was at practice today and will be taking reps at practice Wednesday," the statement said.

Whether he'll be taking a full load of reps isn't made clear. I think we can surmise that Driskel's shoulder was indeed injured, but that it wasn't all that serious. We can also conclude this will affect his battle with Jacoby Brissett for the starting job, if we like.

For more on Gators football, visit Florida blog Alligator Army, plus SEC blog Team Speed Kills and SB Nation Tampa Bay.

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