GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) - Florida left tackle D.J. Humphries will miss Saturday's game against Georgia and could be sidelined four weeks with a knee injury.
Coach Will Muschamp said Wednesday that Humphries sprained the medial collateral ligament in his right knee in practice Monday. He sustained the same injury in his left knee during fall practice.
Muschamp says Humphries is a "quick recovery guy" and could be back in two weeks. The Gators (4-3) already were down four starters and several more backups.
Tyler Moore will start at left tackle against Georgia, and junior college transfer Trenton Brown will start at right tackle. Moore was beaten repeatedly in Florida's last two games, both losses.
Florida will have defensive end Ronald Powell, defensive tackle Damien Jacobs and linebacker Darrin Kitchens back Saturday.

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