2-QB system to be used against Missouri
Florida’s division title hopes hang by a thread, but beleaguered junior Jeff Driskel remains the team’s starting quarterback — just with a very short leash.
The Gators will employ a two-quarterback system against Missouri (7 p.m., ESPN2), with true freshman Treon Harris scheduled to see extensive playing time.
Florida has yet to designate a rotation for the signal callers, and coach Will Muschamp indicated it could be a fluid situation on Saturday.
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“We’re going to see who has the hot hand, and who’s helping our football team and gives us the best opportunity to win,” Muschamp said. “We’ll make a decision as we go through the game. Both guys deserve and have earned the opportunity to play.”
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Wideout Latroy Pittman, carted off on a stretcher late in the fourth quarter against LSU, practiced Wednesday and is questionable against Missouri.