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Florida WR Justin Shorter Walks Away After Terrifying Hit at Gasparilla Bowl

Justin Shorter, the Florida Gators’ wide-recognized player, was ejected from the field at the Gasparilla Bowl after delivering a terrifying hit.

The Florida Gators ended their season on a high with a win over UCF Knights in the Gasparilla Bowl. The result of the match was tilted to the back due to an injury to Justin Shorter, the Gators’ crosser.

With more than two minutes left in the fourth half, midfielder Emory Jones targeted Shorter on the sidelines. When Shorter jumped to catch up, he was hit with a nasty blow. The facility’s wide receiver received interest from medical staff, and members of both teams watched while kneeling. Shorter was finally taken out of the field.

Due to the severity, we will not be posting live videos in this article. The play can be viewed at this link.

Florida: Justin Shorter rolls off field after nasty hit

Got some good news to share. ESPN reported that Shorter was heard talking to Florida coaches after the collision.

Entering the Gasparilla Bowl, Shorter scored 38 hits for 921 yards and 3 touchdowns in 11 games. Before the injury, Shorter had caught three passes from Jones in 54 yards, with his longest being 20 yards.

We will continue to update you on Shorter’s status once more details become available.

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https://fansided.com/2021/12/23/florida-football-justin-shorter-injury-video/ Florida WR Justin Shorter Walks Away After Terrifying Hit at Gasparilla Bowl

Huynh Nguyen

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