Florida has been without nine players — including starting running back Jordan Scarlett and star wide receiver Antonio Callaway — due to suspension since before the season opener against Michigan.
Those players have not been reinstated for the upcoming Kentucky game, yet.
“I promise you this: when I know, I’ll let you know,” Florida head coach Jim McElwain said Monday.
The suspension is for what was called a “misuse of school-issued funds,” which ESPN reported as the players buying items in the school bookstore on their school IDs, and then selling them for cash.
McElwain also noted that Florida cornerback Duke Dawson, a key member of the defense, is unlikely to play at Kentucky with a head injury. Dawson already has two interceptions this season.