- Associated Press - Saturday, September 30, 2017

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) - Suspended Florida defensive lineman Keivonnis Davis remains hospitalized following a significant scooter accident near campus.

Coach Jim McElwain visited Davis this week and said after Saturday’s victory over Vanderbilt that the 6-foot-4 junior from Miami has “a long road ahead.”

“Those scooters,” McElwain said. “You just really feel for him. He’s beat up pretty good, had a couple of surgeries already. Nothing life-threatening. He’s got a long road ahead.”

Davis wrecked Tuesday evening. He is one of nine players suspended indefinitely for alleged credit card fraud. He is facing two complaints recommending third-degree felony charges.

Davis has 31 tackles, including three for loss, and 1 1/2 sacks in 17 games for the 21st-ranked Gators.


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