GLENDALE, AZ – JANUARY 08: Florida Gator’s helmets sit in the endzone before the start of the 2007 Tostitos BCS National Championship Game against the Ohio State Buckeyes at the University of Phoenix Stadium on January 8, 2007 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)Last weekend, head coach Dan Mullen made a huge change at quarterback, pulling Feleipe Franks out of the game. While Kyle Trask gave a boost to Florida’s offense, the Gators will have to find another alternative this Saturday.Unlike the Missouri Tigers, Florida struggled to find success through the air. Not only was Franks inaccurate with the football, but he also hasn’t shown any progression over the past two weeks.Then came Trask, who threw for 126 yards and one touchdown in less action. Although the sophomore quarterback might have been a starting option for the Gators, it appears he won’t have the chance to prove himself.According to Thomas Goldkamp of 247Sports, Trask suffered a “non-contact injury to a lower-body extremity in Wednesday’s practice and was carted off the field.”BREAKING: A #Gators quarterback was carted off the field with an injury in Wednesday’s practice. Could affect starting decision for Dan Mullen – https://t.co/Yt6NA5Kf8C (VIP) pic.twitter.com/wGGrN697tf— Thomas Goldkamp (@ThomasGoldkamp) November 7, 2018The exact injury hasn’t been specified yet by the Gators.Unfortunately, Graham Hall reports that Florida believes the injury will keep Trask out for the rest of the season.#Gators fear QB Kyle Trask suffered a serious injury in practice during a non-contact, confirming @ThomasGoldkamp report. Source told me program fears it will hold him out for remainder of season.— Graham Hall (@GrahamHall_) November 8, 2018Emory Jones is the only other candidate to play under center for Florida, besides Franks. Considering that Franks has more experience and familiarity with the offense, he’ll most likely resume his role as the starter.Florida will host South Carolina this weekend.Hopefully, Trask recovers from this heartbreaking injury and returns even stronger for the Gators.