Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports
Florida head coach Dan Mullen met with the media on Monday for his weekly press conference and said that quarterback Feleipe Franks suffered a dislocated ankle Saturday night vs. Kentucky.

Franks is scheduled to have surgery next Monday and will need six months to recover, Mullen said.

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Get well soon with no residual issues. Want FF 100% next year when we beat them in the swamp.
Reply19 months
Terrible to see. We all have rivals. Franks and Florida are definitely rivals to LSU, but this is terrible to see no matter who it is. I hope see him next year. If not with the Gators, somewhere.
Reply19 months
Mullen, "Franks right now is the only player on the team that's stooped over more than I am".....
Reply19 months
Damn. Hate to hear. He gave UF his all.
Reply19 months
Ugh. Hate to hear that. You could tell he was in a lot of pain when it happened. Speedy recovery to him
Reply19 months
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