Kyle Trask is “good to go,” coach Dan Mullen said Monday, two days after UF’s quarterback sustained a slight sprain of the MCL in his left knee against Auburn.

Trask arrived Monday wearing a compression and heavy knee brace on his leg, but he said he would be fine for the SEC showdown featuring two top-10 teams.

"I feel good,” he said. “It’s just day-by-by. I’ll be ready to go Saturday.”

Trask’s availability appeared in serious doubt during the second quarter of the Gators’ 24-13 win against Auburn. The redshirt junior suffered what initially appeared to be a significant leg injury after Tigers pass rusher Marlon Davidson was blocked into the side of the quarterback’s leg.