College football injury report: Seminoles DE Tank Carradine tears ACL

Kim Klement-US PRESSWIRE

Tank Carradine will miss the Seminoles' ACC title game appearance and bowl game. Florida also suffered injuries to Mike Gillislee and Jelani Jenkins.

Florida State Seminoles defensive end and leading tackler Cornellius "Tank" Carradine tore his ACL in the Seminoles loss to the Florida Gators over the weekend, and will miss Florida State's ACC Championship Game appearance and the Seminoles bowl game, according to various reports on Sunday.

In the Florida's victory, running back Mike Gillislee left the game midway through the fourth quarter with an injured rib and did not return.

With the Gators' season complete until they have to rev back up for a bowl game, Gillislee will have plenty of time to rest the injury if needed, but it is not clear how severe the injury is at this early stage, according to the Tampa Bay Times.

Florida linebacker Jelani Jenkins, who injured his thumb against the Texas A&M Aggies and missed nearly three games because of it, injured his right foot against Florida State after recording an interception earlier in the game. Jenkins was seen in a boot and holding crutches after the game, according to the Times.

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