Omarius Hines to start for Rainey
Festering Mess At Florida
The offense already has issues, but Florida has a bigger-picture problem. On Urban Meyer's watch, there are tens of instances where one of his players has faced misdemeanor or felony criminal charges, ESPN.com's Chris Low writes. Blog
Meyer also says there is no timetable for Rainey to possibly return to the team.
"It's just further evaluation as we go. As of the immediacy of it, he's not with us," Meyer said.
Rainey was suspended indefinitely Tuesday following his arrest. He was charged with aggravated stalking, a third-degree felony, for allegedly sending a on-again, off-again girlfriend a threatening text message.
Rainey has just six catches for 34 yards and a touchdown this season, and Meyer says his team can fill that void.
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