Kyle Trask suffers lower leg injury after hit from Marlon Davidson
Florida has already suffered a leg injury to one quarterback, and now the Gators are dealing with an injury to Kyle Trask.
Trask was hit by Auburn DL Marlon Davidson and appeared to suffered a left knee or lower leg injury. Trask appeared to be in major pain while medical personnel tended to him on the field. Before trainers arrived, Trask pounded the turf in frustration with his right fist. He limped off to the locker room.
The play happened with about 10 minutes left in the second quarter, and resulted in an incomplete pass. Emory Jones relieved Trask and led the Gators to a scoring drive that ended with a 41-yard field goal.
Trask in the game was 11-for-17 passing for 130 yards with two touchdowns.
Trask has had a solid start to the season since he relieved starter Feleipe Franks after he suffered an injury at Kentucky.
Later in the first half, Trask jogged back to the sideline with a brace on his left knee.
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