Tebow Status Still Uncertain for Saturday

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) - Florida coach Urban Meyer says
quarterback Tim Tebow has not yet been cleared to play against No.
4 LSU and will not practice Monday.

But Meyer also said the Heisman Trophy winner is no longer dealing with post-concussion symptoms.

Meyer says Tebow has been without headaches and other symptoms
for several days. He says Tebow was tested Friday, Sunday and
Monday, and the results were "very positive."

Tebow was hospitalized overnight nine days ago after his helmet
struck teammate Marcus Gilbert's leg during a sack in the game
against Kentucky.

The top-ranked Gators play at LSU on Saturday night. They were
off last weekend.