Gators LS Ferris Out With Broken Collarbone
GAINESVILLE, Fla. - Will Muschamp announced junior long snapper Drew Ferris is out indefinitely with a broken clavicle.
Ferris sustained the injury in the fourth quarter of Florida's 27-14 victory over Bowling Green.
Ferris recovered a fumbled punt, but landed awkwardly and it was confirmed he fractured his collarbone.
Redshirt freshman Kyle Crofoot will replace Ferris with long snapping duties.
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