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Florida starting wide receiver Tyrie Cleveland has been ruled out for Saturday's game vs. LSU, according to head coach Jim McElwain. Cleveland suffered a high ankle sprain last week.

The absence of Cleveland means the Gators will be without their starting wide receiver and starting quarterback as Luke Del Rio will miss the rest of season after suffering an injury vs. Vanderbilt.

With Del Rio out, the Tigers will face former LSU QB commit Feleipe Franks.

McElwain also said that freshman defensive tackle Kyree Campbell is also out for Saturday's game vs. LSU.

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So who will catch their 99-yard touchdown next week against us?
Reply49 months
Cleveland, he's from Texas...
Reply49 months
Well, at least we’re not the only ones with key injuries. The good news is that several of ours are returning. Still need to play their game of the season to win on the road.
Reply49 months
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