Florida’s depleted secondary could have another problem
The Florida Gators are already short one key member of the secondary Saturday as they prepare for Josh Dobbs and the Tennessee Volunteers, and they might have another not at 100 percent.
Vernon Hargreaves III, an All-America candidate, is dealing with a back injury and visited a chiropractor Friday, Pat Dooley of GatorSports.com reported.
The Gators have won 10 straight against the Vols, but Dobbs getting to face a depleted secondary should be a concern for Florida fans.
UPDATE: Hargreaves III was officially listed as questionable before the game, but was a captain and made the start. He left the game late in the first quarter, and CBS sideline reporter Allie LaForce reported the Florida medical staff was putting a muscle relaxant cream on his back.
— Thomas Goldkamp (@ThomasGoldkamp) September 26, 2015
Official word is Florida DB Vernon Hargreaves is questionable for today's game.
— Matt Slovin (@MattSlovin) September 26, 2015
Trainers were working on Hargreaves' back, but now he's back with the defense as it's huddling on the bench. #Gators
— Matt Baker (@MBakerTBTimes) September 26, 2015