More Surgery for Munroe
Gator Football safety Dorian Munroe has had arthroscopic knee surgery and will be out at least five weeks. Munroe, who had been vying for a starting job, had surgery to repair meniscus damage in his right knee Monday. It was the latest setback for a fifth-year senior who sat out all of last season
following surgery to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament in the same knee.
Munroe has seen action in 26 games, with two starts, and has 42 tackles. He had been battling Major Wright for a starting spot. Now, the earliest Munroe will play is against LSU on Octover 10th.
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