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Florida: Anderson Downgraded

After waxing optimistic on Wednesday, Florida head coach Urban Meyer had some backpedaling to do on Thursday. He watched cornerback Markihe Anderson practice earlier in the week and saw enough healing in the sophomore's sprained knee to announce that he would start Saturday's game against Troy, but has since changed his mind. Anderson will not start Saturday's game and may not play at all.

In his place, sophomore Dorian Munroe will get the start in the nickel corner spot after recording a solo tackle and an assist in last week's opener against Western Kentucky. Anderson did not get into the game last week, and will only see time this week "if he's feeling up to it," according to Meyer. It may not be imperative to have Anderson on the field for Troy, but the Gators would certainly like to have him back for Sept. 15's matchup with Tennessee.

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