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Florida Gators running back, defensive tackle doubtful for FIU

GAINESVILLE -- Florida running back Emmanuel Moody and defensive tackle Terron Sanders are doubtful for Saturday's game against Florida International.

Moody sprained his ankle against South Carolina and Sanders injured his rib. Moody, who has had a history of ankle injuries, will wear a protective boot this week and will not practice. Sanders likely also will not practice this week, according to Florida coach Urban Meyer.

Moody scored his first touchdown of the season on Saturday against the Gamecocks. His 17-yard run gave Florida a 17-7 lead in the second quarter. Moody finished the game with 35 yards on three carries.



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17-7 lead

MOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOODDDY hope he gets healthy soon I think he is showing little by little he is a strong part of our running game.

Moody needs to get out there and play Saturday, even if it is only for three plays. Meyer will bury him and call him "weak" if he doesn't get on the field this week!

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