Florida coach Dan Mullen is working on a plan for how he’s going to use his quarterbacks in Saturday’s game against South Carolina, but he’s not ready to reveal it.
And he probably won’t until game-time Saturday.
“I’m not going to share what our strategy is of which of the three quarterbacks (is going to start), or how much of the three are going to play,” Mullen said Wednesday on the SEC coaches teleconference. “I haven’t done that all year, so I don’t plan on sharing that strategy just yet.”
Feleipe Franks, who was benched in the third quarter in last Saturday’s loss to Missouri, is competing with Kyle Trask and true freshman Emory Jones for the starting role.
Mullen said earlier this week that he could end up playing two quarterbacks and possibly all three depending on how things went in practice this week.
Mullen said the three quarterbacks are having a good week.
“They’ve done a really good job of digging into the plan, and working to understand it, what we’re trying to do,” Mullen said. “Understanding the different checks we have in.
“Obviously, every defense is unique. You’re still going to run your offense, but how it applies to that defense.”