A university police department spokesman told the paper that the two players, sophomore quarterback Skyler Mornhinweg and freshman defensive lineman Gerald Willis, declined to press charges against each other.
The spokesman, Maj. Brad Barber, said officers were called to the stadium around 7 p.m. and that only one of the players was there when the officers showed up.
True freshman Will Grier is dealing with back spasms while fellow freshman Treon Harris, who replaced Driskel in the third quarter of last Saturday's win over Tennessee, is being investigated for sexual battery and has been suspended indefinitely.
Florida is 3-1 this season with wins over Eastern Michigan, Kentucky and Tennessee and a loss to Alabama.
- Chris Johnson