It's to be determined.
The three-quarterback system that has been successful at times and woeful at others will likely stay in place for the
"That's to be determined. All three are healthy now," Meyer said this week. "So we have three available."
Added Brantley, "We're still working in Jordan Reed and Trey in there. I think that's what we're going to stick with."
At times, it has been the antidote to the Gators' problems. Against Georgia, Vanderbilt and Appalachian State, it has achieved its goal ... giving Florida a running option with Burton and Reed while cleaning up defenses for Brantley to pass.
In losses to South Carolina and Florida State, it provided more problems as the Gators couldn't find consistency in rotating them. Nevertheless, Penn State defensive coordinator Tom Bradley is concerned about it.
"It's a little unique," he said. "It's hard because they're all in the game at the same time. We've seen where they put guys in and take them out. But we've never quite seen it like this."
It could be Brantley's last game in a Florida uniform. If he does leave, his options are limited. He could transfer to another Division I school, either in the Football Bowl Subdivision or the Football Championship Subdivision, but would need a written release from Florida and a waiver from the
Since he has only one year of eligibility remaining, he could only be approved for a waiver if he pursued graduate work at a program Florida does not have. Brantley's other option is to transfer to a Division II or III school, where he could play immediately.
He said he won't make a decision until after Saturday's game.