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UF running back Matt Jones makes his season debut Saturday after sitting out the season opener. He has been recovering from a viral infection.
Matt Jones (RB, So.)
Despite the fact Mack Brown had a standout performance against Toledo, Jones returns to Florida's starting RB spot against The U. Jones was sidelined for the duration of Florida's fall camp because he was recovering from a viral infection.
The sophomore's return has been much anticipated due to his impressive performance last season. Jones closed his freshman year rushing 275 yards, posting three touchdowns on 52 carries.
Muschamp has said he isn't sure how long he'll leave Jones in for Saturday but that "he certainly will play," per GatorZone.com.
Antonio Morrison ("Mike," So.)
He. Is. Antonio. More importantly: He. Is. Back. After a fun-filled summer playing with bouncers and police pups, Morrison has officially served his full one-game suspension and comes back into play Saturday. The middle linebacker's second year is expected to be explosive, as he closed his first year as a Gator with 34 tackles and one sack.
Muschamp honed in on Morrison's skill set during his press conference Monday:
He's got innate instincts as far reading plays, which is key for linebackers who can play off the ball to be able to anticipate where plays are being run, based on their keen diagnostic ability. That's something you can't really teach - you either have it or you don't have it, and he has a very high level of that. He's physical, he’s a tough player, football is very important to him.
Morrison isn't listed atop the depth chart (he's behind Michael Taylor), but he's certainly a player to watch due to his off-field antics and on-field talent.
Florida's full depth chart is here.