GAINESVILLE, Fla. — There’s more good news on Florida’s Jarrad Davis.
The senior linebacker suffered a left ankle sprain Saturday against Missouri, a source told SEC Country. The source spoke directly to Davis, who said it was not a high-ankle sprain.
The Gainesville Sun’s Pat Dooley reported Sunday that Davis has a bad sprain, but did not specify the location of the injury.
UF coach Jim McElwain said X-rays showed there was no fracture. The results of Davis’ MRI are unknown at this time. On Sunday afternoon, Florida tweeted an update that said there is no timetable for Davis’ return.
“He was in pretty good spirits,” McElwain said of Davis after his injury.
Florida has a bye this week before its rival game on Oct. 29 against Georgia, Davis’ home state.
He leads the Gators with 48 tackles this year and was a first team All-SEC preseason selection.