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Florida quarterback Feleipe Franks suffered a major leg injury in Saturday's win over Kentucky and is done for the season. Per ESPN:

Franks, the Gators' third-year starter, was carted off with a right leg injury late in the third quarter with his team trailing 21-10. Stopped for no gain on fourth-and-1 at the Kentucky 38, Franks appeared to bend backward on the play. Medical personnel placed an inflatable cast under his right leg and he was taken off to applause from the sellout crowd.
Franks was replaced by junior quarterback Kyle Trask who led the Gators to a 29-21 win over the Wildcats.
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I figured it was something substantial. I knew it was bad watching it when I saw his body flip in the wrong direction.
Reply19 months
Is “prayers for ______” just a saying, or do grown men kneel at their bedside at night and pray for injured football players by name?
Reply19 months
Are you a dick in real life, or is it just from the safety of your keyboard and screen?
19 months
I was looking forward to watching Franks get demolished in TS this year.
Reply19 months
He [don’t] do this!
Reply19 months
Well one positive is he can work on upper body while he is down.
Reply19 months
I feel bad about this one. Right before the hit I said "floppy, no!" Jokingly.
Reply19 months
That should have been a penalty for running into the punter.
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