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Florida expects three injured offensive linemen to return against South Carolina

The Gators played the majority of Saturday's game without three starting offensive linemen, but coach Will Muschamp said Monday he expects left tackle Xavier Nixon (concussion), left guard James Wilson (eye) and center Jonotthan Harrison (elbow) to be probable for this week's matchup with South Carolina.

Wilson did not travel with the team for Saturday's game against Vanderbilt, while Harrison and Nixon both went down during the first quarter and did not return.

Tight end Jordan Reed (eye), defensive end Dominique Easley (knee) and linebacker Jelani Jenkins (hamstring) are also expected to be probable for Saturday, but freshman wide receiver Latroy Pittman (ankle) will be questionable, Muschamp said.

Safety Cody Riggs (foot) and offensive tackle Matt Patchan (pectoral) remain out.

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