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Ex-Gator LB won’t play for UConn this year due to injury

Graham Stewart

Florida transfer Graham Stewart was working through the process of becoming immediately eligible to play for UConn this season. Turns out, the linebacker won’t need to finish the process.

Graham suffered a torn pectoral muscle late last month that required season-ending surgery.

The Connecticut native played as a true freshman for the Gators last season before deciding this offseason to move closer to home.

Graham will have three years of eligibility left when he takes the field for the Huskies in 2013.

(Photo courtesy of UF athetlics) 

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1 Response to “Ex-Gator LB won’t play for UConn this year due to injury”
  1. ibreathefootball says: Aug 2, 2012 3:50 PM

    Sorry to hear about the injury, at least it’s a torn pec and not a torn knee ligament (those are the worst common football injuries to me). I’m a die-hard Gators but wish Graham Stewart the best of luck in Storrs!

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