Channel 6 Orlando's David Pingalore is reporting that Florida quarterback Tim Tebow will "definitely" play Saturday at LSU, two weeks after suffering a concussion.
Pingalore is citing team sources.
Florida spokesman Steve McClain said he cannot confirm the report.
Two sources told the Sentinel this week that Tebow was on track to be medically cleared to play, and that the feeling among much of the team was he would play.
John Brantley, father of UF backup quarterback Johb Brantley, said the starting quarterback would be a "game time decision, as did Urban Meyer.
Friday, October 9, 2009
Tebow Update: Will "Definitely" Play
The Orlando Sentinel is reporting the following: