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  Florida quarterback Kyle Trask said his sprained knee is "progressing along nicely." Trask was wearing a compression sleeve and a brace on his left knee Monday, two days after injuring it on a play coach Dan Mullen now regrets calling "dirty" during a 24-13 victory over then-No. 7 Auburn. Trask said the pain is subsiding and he expects it to feel even better by the time the Gators (6-0, 3-0 Southeastern Conference) play at fifth-ranked LSU (5-0, 1-0) on Saturday night. "It's definitely better today than it's been," he said. "It's been getting better every single day. The pain is kind of going away now."

Trask injured his knee on a low hit by Auburn defensive lineman Marlon Davidson, who was shoved into Trask by left tackle Stone Forsythe. Mullen was critical of Davidson at halftime, telling CBS that "hopefully the league really tries to keep quarterbacks safe from dirty plays." Mullen backed off his comments slightly after the game, but conceded Monday that he shouldn't have used the word "dirty." "Maybe the use of that word, maybe that wasn't the right word at the time," Mullen said. "I don't think that was being coached or there was intent to go injure him on that play. I think that's something, when you look at player safety, we've got to really pay attention. I know as a league everyone wants to preach player safety, player safety, player safety. Talk about it, but what are we doing about it?" Mullen added that the play would have been flagged in the NFL, which has stricter rules about hitting quarterbacks high and low. - AP College Football

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News Source: AP College Football



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