Muschamp Still Hasn't Picked A Starter For Gators' Opener
GAINESVILLE- Just three days before the first game of the college football season, Florida football head coach Will Muschamp said he still doesn't know which quarterback will start Saturday vs. Bowling Green (3:30 p.m.)
Muschamp told reporters in his teleconference Wednesday that sophomores Jacoby Brissett and Jeff Driskel both deserve to start, and both have played well.
Muschamp said Monday that each quarterback will get a chance to play in the first half, the coaching staff will evaluate their play at halftime, and they will make a decision about the second half with the first half data.
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