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.

Filed Under: Florida Sports
Originally published on SECRant.com

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Get well soon with no residual issues. Want FF 100% next year when we beat them in the swamp.
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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.
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Mullen, "Franks right now is the only player on the team that's stooped over more than I am".....
Reply1 month
Damn. Hate to hear. He gave UF his all.
Reply1 month
Ugh. Hate to hear that. You could tell he was in a lot of pain when it happened. Speedy recovery to him
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