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Muschamp: Injured offensive linemen to play Saturday against South Carolina

Speaking on the Southeastern Conference coaches teleconference Wednesday morning, Florida coach Will Muschamp said injured offensive linemen James Wilson, Jonotthan Harrison and Xavier Nixon will play this weekend against South Carolina.

Wilson, who did not travel with the team to Nashville for last weekend's game against Vanderbilt, was the most in doubt after he suffered an eye injury in practice last Wednesday when his helmet was dislodged during a play. But Muschamp said Wilson practiced on Tuesday and "should be ready to go" for Saturday.

Harrison (arm) and Nixon (concussion) are expected to return to practice today, Muschamp said.

Linebacker Jelani Jenkins (hamstring) and defensive end Dominique Easley (knee) also practiced Tuesday and are expected to play on Saturday. Freshman wide receiver Latroy Pittman (ankle) is questionable still, however.

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Go Gators!!

Anyone notice the lines didn't budge after SS's announcement about Lattimore being 'hurt'?

We don't believe you either Steve!

2013 Schedule out, looks like we scheduled two cream puffs again to start the season.

Its going to be great to come down to Miami next season in week to and take teh Hurricanes to the woodshed in their own stadium.....but wait, we already won a national championship in their stadium!!!!......Its great to be a Florida Gator!...I feel bad for the Hurricanes. Looks like its still a long road ahead, and the sanctions havent even hit yet!

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