GAINESVILLE -- OK, so believe it or not, Tim Tebow isn't the only University of Florida football player whose playing status is in question for Saturday's game at Louisiana State. There are other concerns.
1. Will receiver Deonte Thompson play? We're listing Thompson's status as probable based on what Florida coach Urban Meyer said on Monday. Meyer said that Thompson praticed at full speed on Monday.
2. Will defensive tackle Lawrence Marsh play? We're listing Marsh as questionable. Meyer didn't know Marsh's status on Monday morning but sounded hopeful that Marsh's high-ankle sprain would be healed enough to practice this week. Marsh sprained his ankle six weeks ago and hasn't played yet this season.
3. Will Brandon Spikes play? Yes, absolutely. Spikes' ailing Achilles heel will not keep him out of the line up.
4. Will safety Dorian Munroe play against LSU? Munroe's status remains doubtful. Originally, Munroe had hoped to return from the torn miniscus in his knee this week but that timetable has been pushed back.
5. Will receiver Carl Moore ever play? Doubtful.
6. Will Tim Tebow play? We're listing Tebow's status as questionable. At the earliest, Tebow cannot practice until Wednesday.