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BREAKING: Florida Gators leading rusher Jeff Demps, the NCAA's reigning 100-meter champion, has X-ray taken of his left foot

GAINESVILLE -- University of Florida running back Jeff Demps had an X-ray taken of his left foot on Saturday night after the Gators' 48-14 victory against Kentucky, The Miami Herald has learned.

Demps injured his foot in the third quarter on Saturday and did not return. He walked with a pronounced limp after the game. He finished the game with 57 yards on eight carries. Demps is the Gators' leading rusher with 367 yards on 53 carries. A sprinter on UF's track team, Demps is the reigning national champion in the 100- and 60-meter dashes. Demps first injured his left foot last week when a UF offensive lineman stepped on it.





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