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Quick update on Florida Gators safety Dorian Munroe

GAINESVILLE -- I asked Joe Haden this week if safety Dorian Munroe might return against Mississippi State. Haden said he saw Munroe "walking around" at practice on Tuesday, which probably means Munroe will sit out UF's game against Mississippi State on Saturday.

Munroe, who missed all of 2008 with a torn anterior-cruciate ligament, re-injured his knee during the preseason (meniscus). Initially, Munroe had hoped to return to action in time for UF's away game against LSU. Munroe did not play against Arkansas and it looks like he might make his debut against Georgia. For Munroe's sake, we'll keep our fingers crossed.

Munroe, a fifth-year senior who received his undergraduate degree this summer, is now working on a graduate degree. He's pretty much one of the coolest guys on the team (duh, he's from Miami) and hopes to begin a career as a sports agent after graduation.



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Please don't make me delete your posts. If you're going to talk smack, that's fine, but you've got to be a little more creative.


The stench of the Phillips skank wafted into this post too.

Just checking in earthlings. I can't decide if I want Florida or Alabama to win....oh well it doesn't matter they both suck. Timmy Tebow will be a H-back in the NFL and Mark Ingram's daddy will make my next license plate so what does it matter.

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