TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -Florida State quarterback Drew Weatherford is probable for Saturday's game against Maryland.
Weatherford sustained a concussion Saturday during the Seminoles' 40-21 loss at Virginia Tech.
``As far as I know I'm good to go unless I have problems during the week,'' Weatherford said Monday. ``As of right now, they are going to be cautious. But I feel really good.''
Weatherford said he felt fine after a 90-minute workout Monday.
Florida State (6-4, 3-4 ACC) coach Bobby Bowden said backup quarterback Xavier Lee was cleared for Saturday's game, but said he would leave Lee's status on the depth chart up to offensive coordinator Jimbo Fisher.
``When I think about it and think through the process I'll make a decision,'' Fisher said.
Lee missed two games for violating the team's academic attendance policy.

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