Florida will play two quarterbacks in a pivotal must-win against Missouri on Saturday, coach Will Muschamp announced Monday.
Embattled starter Jeff Driskel will continue to work with the first-team offense, but dynamic true freshman Treon Harris will see extended snaps, too.
“We’ll work through the week and we’ll see how things go,” Muschamp said. “Right now, Jeff will probably start, but they’re both going to play.”
Driskel turned the ball over three more times in UF’s 30-27 gut-wrenching loss to LSU. The junior leads the conference in interceptions with eight and has eight total turnovers over the last three weeks.
Harris, a former star at Miami Booker T. Washington, was scheduled to play against LSU before he was investigated for an alleged sexual assault last Monday. The freshman was suspended for the week, but the university reinstated him late Friday afternoon after the accuser withdrew her complaint.