After questions about Emory Jones, Dan Mullen announces he will not discuss injuries for the rest of the season
On Wednesday’s SEC coaches media teleconference, Florida coach Dan Mullen was asked about QB Emory Jones possibly wearing a cast on campus.
Mullen responded by ultimately saying he would not discuss injuries for the rest of the season.
“Yeah, we expect everybody to be available, to this point, on Saturday,” Mullen said. “So, that I mean you’ll see guys walking around now with everything getting banged up or bruised up. Everybody should be available next Saturday. All right, I’ll let you know I don’t, well, I shouldn’t say that. I have no idea who’s available because we have another COVID (test) coming up and we have other stuff. We’re not, and because of all that situation being unique, I will not talk about any injuries for the rest of the season.”
Jones was 1-for-3 passing for 30 yards and an interception last week in the Ole Miss win. He also had four carries for 37 yards, including a 22-yard run.
Jones’ availability, and others, will be closely watched, especially now, as the Gators play host to South Carolina this week.
All this because Emory Jones was spotted on campus wearing a brace on his throwing hand? Or COVID paranoia?
Either way, Mullen is getting tight in a season with title hopes. https://t.co/CrJkzcwBRh
— Mark Long (@APMarkLong) September 30, 2020