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Florida is without one of its best offensive players for Saturday’s game against Arkansas. Dan Mullen ruled out tight end Kyle Pitts for the contest on the SEC Network.

Pitts sustained a hit against Georgia that knocked him out of the game. Eventually he was diagnosed with a concussion on Wednesday and those symptoms continue to persist.

Mullen revealed Pitts’s absence for the Arkansas game and floated the likelihood he is lost for the Vanderbilt roadtrip also.

Redshirt junior Kemore Gamble and sophomore Keon Zipperer assume Pitts’s role in the offense. The duo combined for four catches, 90 yards and a touchdown against Georgia. Gamble led them with three catches for 51 yards and the pair’s lone touchdown.

The Gators and Razorbacks face off at 7 p.m. on ESPN Saturday night.

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