Florida running back Chris Rainey (ankle) should play Saturday against South Carolina.
Florida running back Chris Rainey (ankle) is questionable for Saturday.
Through three weeks, Florida RB Chris Rainey has 520 yards of total offense (173.3 yards per game), four touchdowns, and a blocked punt.
Florida running back/wide receiver Chris Rainey has really helped the Florida offense with his speed and versatility which was on full display against Appalachian State today. Rainey ran the ball just six times but for 87 yards and a touchdown while also catching two passes for another 23 yards.
Florida wide receiver Chris Rainey is eligible to play against Georgia but according to head coach Urban Meyer "He's eligible to participate in the Georgia game. I’m not saying he will, because that’s not been determined yet."
Florida wide receiver Chris Rainey is back at practice after being arrested for threatening a woman via text and being suspended. There is no timeline as to when Rainey will see the field.
Florida offensive coordinator Steve Addazio has said that slot receiver Chris Rainey "...is not a part of our team right now. That's really all I have to say on that." Addazio was addressing the issue of Rainey's arrest with regards to a stalking charge against him.
Florida wide receiver Chris Rainey was arrested on Tuesday for aggravated stalking. Rainey admitted to sending a women he was dating a text that read, "Time to die". He also allegedly told the women, "Wait and see what happens when they leave," after she told him the police were there. Rainey denies making this statement.
It was reported that Florida wide receiver Chris Rainey left Saturday's game against South Florida with a concussion.
Florida tailback Emmanuel Moody is at least one person who thinks that Chris Rainey is a more versatile player at the 'Percy position' than Percy Harvin. "He’s taking them to the house sometimes. Making people miss, making people look foolish, breaking ankles", says Moody.
Robbie Andreu of The Gainesville Sun discusses the Gators' high hopes for running back Chris Rainey, whom many believe is the next Percy Harvin...for real.
Jason Lieser of the Palm Beach Post reported that Florida offensive lineman Mike Pouncey has said "Chris Rainey is going to be the biggest part of our offense this year."
Florida wide receiver Chris Rainey has been held out of practice and had a non-invasive cardiac procedure. "He missed a couple of practices because of a racing heartbeat. He had a little procedure done," coach Urban Meyer said.
Florida wide receiver/running back Chris Rainey has been held out of practice due to an accelerated heartbeat.