Luke Del Rio Injury: Florida QB Knocked Out Of Game With Shoulder Injury

Luke Del Rio isn’t going to be able to return to the game in his first start of the season.
The Florida quarterback was taken to the locker room with an apparent shoulder injury and has been ruled out for the second half. He was off to a good start before he was driven violently into the turf by a Vanderbilt defensive lineman.
Shortly after getting up, you could see Feleipe Franks taking practice snaps along the sideline.
Del Rio was 7-of-11 for 84 yards at the time he was taken out of the game and headed towards the locker room.
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The Gators and the Commodores are deadlocked at 17 through the first half of football despite poor quarterback play from Vanderbilt’s Kyle Shurmur. Having completed fewer than 50 percent of his passes, the Commodores field general has been inconsistent, but has managed to catch lighting in a bottle on two touchdown passes.
Feleipe Franks was replaced by Del Rio prior to this week after struggling as the starter. He’ll now be forced into action again. With the score tied at 17, he won’t be afforded any of the turnover mistakes he’s made against lesser opponents in other weeks this season.
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