Florida suspends 7 players for season opener against MI

Florida suspends 7 players for season opener against MI

Florida suspends 7 players for season opener against MI

Per Bruce Feldman of Fox Sports, the football team has suspended seven players for the upcoming game, including receiver Antonio Callaway.

Florida head coach Jim McElwain made the announcement Sunday in a statement.

The six other players (besides Callaway) suspended: Offensive lineman Kadeem Telfort, linebacker James Houston, defensive lineman Keivonnis Davis, defensive lineman Jordan Smith, defensive lineman Richerd Desir-Jones and linebacker Ventrell Miller. They have missed some practice and will miss the MI game. He was suspended in 2016 but reinstated to the team after a Title IX investigation regarding an accusation of sexual assault.

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In May, Callaway was cited for a marijuana charge.

The suspended players will hope to be able to return for the team's second game, which comes against Northern Colorado on September 9.

The No. 16-ranked Gators open the season against MI in the Advocare Classic on September 2 in Houston against No. 9 MI.

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Callaway, a junior from Miami, led the Gators last season with 721 yards.

A school official told ESPN's Edward Aschoff that the players were suspended for using school-issued, cost-of-attendance credit cards to buy electronics from the school bookstore and then selling those items for cash.

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