Florida Rushing Attack Gets Deeper
No. 1 Florida, already averaging 184 yards rushing, now is much deeper after tailback Fred Taylor’s suspension over a book-theft incident was reduced by a week. Taylor is available to play Saturday at Kentucky.
Miami offensive tackle Ricky Perry may begin practicing with the team again Monday after prosecutors dropped three of four criminal charges against him.
But Perry will be barred from games because of the remaining charge against him, carrying a concealed firearm, Coach Butch Davis said Thursday. If he is cleared of that charge, Perry would be allowed to play.
Tennessee receiver Greg Kyler was suspended indefinitely from practice and games for violating team rules, said Volunteer Coach Phillip Fulmer, refusing to elaborate on the violation.
Joe Hamilton hooked up with Harvey Middleton on two touchdown passes, C.J. Williams rushed for more than 100 yards and a touchdown and the defense scored twice--all in the first half--in Georgia Tech’s 48-22 rout of winless Duke on Thursday night at Atlanta.