GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) – Florida has suspended quarterback Treon Harris and cornerback Jalen Tabor for its game Saturday game against Southeastern Conference rival Tennessee.
Coach Jim McElwain announced the suspensions following practice Wednesday, saying Harris and Tabor made "choices." The sophomores are suspended one game for an undisclosed violation of University Athletic Association policy.
Coach McElwain says Jalen Tabor and Treon Harris will not play this week.
— Gators Football (@GatorsFB) September 23, 2015
Harris and Tabor have both started games this season for the Gators (3-0, 1-0).
Without Harris, redshirt freshman Will Grier will start against the Volunteers (2-1). Former Vanderbilt receiver Josh Grady will serve as the backup.
Tabor’s suspension moves Quincy Wilson in the starting lineup. Tabor returned an interception for a touchdown against East Carolina.
Harris and Tabor are the latest Florida players suspended this season, joining defensive end Alex McCalister, receiver Latroy Pittman and safety Marcus Maye.
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