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GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Florida forward Will Yeguete and guard Mike Rosario have been cleared to practice and could play at Arkansas on Saturday.
But coach Billy Donovan says it's unclear how much either player will be able to help against the Razorbacks, who have won 17 in a row at home.
Donovan says Yeguete passed all five of his post-concussion tests, but team doctors are waiting to see how he handles practicing and traveling Friday before deciding to clear him to play.
Rosario has missed more than a week of practice because of a hip pointer, and Donovan says his conditioning could keep him on the bench at Arkansas. Donovan says guards Scottie Wilbekin and Casey Prather could be better options until Rosario gets back into playing shape.
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Florida forward Will Yeguete and guard Mike Rosario have been cleared to practice and could play at Arkansas on Saturday.
GAINESVILLE — Forward Will Yeguete could be returning from a concussion sooner than expected. The Florida sophomore has been out since Saturday and was not expected to play in either of the team's games this week.
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