Fulmer: Gaines probably out against Florida, Colquitt may play Print
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Sunday, 09 September 2007 15:19
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 KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -Tennessee cornerback Antonio Gaines probably won't play against Florida on Saturday after sustaining what coach Phillip Fulmer called a ``significant injury.''
Fulmer said Sunday he was not able to release specifics of the injury, which happened during Tennessee's 39-19 win over Southern Mississippi on Saturday.
Freshman safety Eric Berry moved to corner after Gaines was hurt and Jarod Parrish came in at safety.
Fulmer said he does expect junior punter and kicker Britton Colquitt to be healthy enough to play in the Florida game. Colquitt, who has a leg injury, did not play against Southern Miss.
Freshman Daniel Lincoln is 4-for-4 on his field goal attempts and backup punter Chad Cunningham averaged 40.7 yards on three punts against Southern Miss.
 

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