GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Gators starting left tackle D.J. Humphries is expected to miss two to four weeks with a left knee sprain.
Florida coach Will Muschamp announced Wednesday during the SEC media teleconference that Humphries suffered a sprained MCL at Monday's practice.
"He's a quick-recovery guy," Muschamp said. "We're hoping just two weeks and get him back out there."
Humphries is the latest Florida player to go down with a knee injury. Eight Gators are out with season-ending injuries, including linebacker Matt Rolin, receiver Andre Debose, defensive tackle Dominique Easley and running back Matt Jones due to knee injuries.
With Humphries unavailable for Saturday's game against Georgia, Muschamp said Tyler Moore will move from right tackle to left tackle, and that junior-college transfer Trenton Brown will start at right tackle.
It will be the 6-foot-8, 361-pound Brown's first career start. Meanwhile, the interior line appears set with left guard, center Jonotthan Harrison an...