SDS employee | 17 minutes ago
Although the doctors have not confirmed, Florida quarterback Feleipe Franks is likely to miss the year after suffering a brutal ankle injury to Kentucky.
Dan Mullen was third in the third quarter, 21-10 down, opting for it. The Gators coach called a passing game and Franks rolled out of his pocket. He decided to keep it and try to get the first, but he was hit by several Kentucky defenders and bent backwards. It was a devastating scene and Kroger Field fell silent. The recording can be seen here.
During the broadcast, Brian Griese of ESPN mentioned that Franks had some problems outside of the field in Florida. Gator's fans quickly pointed out that this was not true and that Franks was nothing short of a great teammate during his time in Florida. Sure, he was criticized for some of his antics on the pitch ̵
– Beef Branard (@PastorBeef) September 15, 2019
Maybe Griese wants to review his mentions. Florida fans demand an apology.
– Brett Hastings September 15, 2019
During this time, we are able to create a bad image for a child who is nothing but a competitor?
– Hale Hammond (@_FourVERTICALS_) September 15, 2019
They are an absolute coward @briangriese . I really hope that @espn dismisses you for degrading a child who has no problems on the ground. https://t.co/IEZoyF6NOK[19659004<-DanThompson(@DK_Thompson) September 15, 2019
Let's go @briangriese @espn @KirkHerbstreit  You owe the child an apology, Mr. Griese. To say that the child was a problem outside the field, which is a total lie, and to say so while crying on the ground in pain. It is really bad for you. https://t.co/P0uoZfVgXq[19659004<-Mavrik🏳🛳🐊(@LMii23) September 15, 2019
Name and off-the-field output that Feleipe had. This boy has invested so much effort to improve his team in training and out of training. Then slander his name on TV, you owe Feleipe and his family an apology.
– FloridaNatic (@FloridaNatic) September 15, 2019
You owe the child an apology, @briangriese
– SBG (@ORLGators) 15. September 2019