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Report: Gators’ Trask played through MCL sprain against Tigers in The Swamp

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

According to ESPN, Florida Gators quarterback Kyle Trask played through Saturday’s game with a ‘light’ MCL sprain. He left before returning to the contest with the injury.

Trask played the entire second half with the injury. He was injured in the second quarter when he was hit in his left knee.

Florida Gators quarterback Kyle Trask warms up before the game against the Missouri Tigers
Kyle Trask warms up before the game against the Missouri Tigers (Getty Images)

This hit caused Trask to fumble the ball. Tigers defensive end Marlon Davidson was blocked into his knee.

Following the hit, Trask stayed down for some time. He was eventually able to walk to the locker room despite being in pain.

When Trask exited the game, Emory Jones did come in and play for him. However, Trask returned at the end of the second quarter.

Trask was making his third career start following the season-ending injury to Feleipe Franks. He suffered an ankle injury against the Kentucky Wildcats.

The junior quarterback went 19 of 31 for 234 yards. He also threw two touchdowns in the Gators win.

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