If there are any player suspensions stemming from the air-gun confrontation on campus in late May, they will be announced on game day, Sept. 1, Florida coach Dan Mullen said at the team’s media day Thursday.
“It’s something we’ve done on in the past. We will let you know on game day, not right before kickoff,” he said.
Mullen also said there is no timetable for naming a starting quarterback. He said he’ll find out who put in the real work in the offseason when preseason camp opens on Friday.
Mullen said he expects his first Florida team to compete for a championship.
Mullen also said there are no players who have not been medically cleared for the start of camp, but a few might be in non-contact jerseys.
Defensive lineman Keivonnis Davis has left the team, Mullen said. Davis was in on the credit card issues that saw nine layers suspended from the team last August. Davis later was involved in a scooter accident that he was trying to recover from.