Gators quarterback Kyle Trask suffers injury vs. Auburn, returns a drive later
UPDATE (5:15 P.M.) Trask has returned to the field with a brace on his left knee, and is in the game at quarterback for Florida.
UPDATE (5:10 P.M.): Trask came back to the field with his helmet and pads on while Florida was on defense. We will find out the details of his injury post-game, but the redshirt junior is back for Florida.
The Gators have lost yet another quarterback due to injury, not even a full six weeks into the 2019 season.
Kyle Trask was rolled up under a lineman in the second quarter against Auburn, and remained on the ground in pain for several moments. Once he was helped up by trainers, Trask immediately left the field for the locker room.
Redshirt freshman Emory Jones is now the Gators only healthy scholarship quarterback, until further notice, and has entered the game for Trask.
Running back Dameon Pierce and right tackle Jean Delance have also both suffered injuries for Florida today, with Pierce exiting early after a head-to-head hit and Delance hobbling off the field late in the second quarter.
Stay tuned to GatorMaven for updates.