Florida Gators Quarterback Graham Mertz Out for Season Due to Collarbone Fracture


In a season filled with promise and success, Florida Gators quarterback Graham Mertz's journey has taken a sudden turn as he suffers a season-ending injury. Coach Billy Napier confirmed that Mertz endured a non-displaced collarbone fracture during Saturday night’s tough 33-31 loss to Missouri. The pivotal moment occurred on a third-and-5 play, with the Gators trailing 23-21, as Mertz scrambled for 11 yards. However, this dash ended in an unfortunate injury that has sidelined the quarterback for the remainder of the season. Max Brown, thrust into action in the fourth quarter, admirably stepped in for Mertz, but Missouri clinched the win with a field goal in the closing seven seconds. NFR streaming