The Gators head into the second week of SEC play with coach Billy Donovan juggling his lineup once again because of a key injury.

Small foward Casey Prather will be out 10 to 14 days with a high ankle sprain suffered during Saturday's 74-52 win at LSU, Donovan said Monday.

Shooting guard Mike Rosario missed the game with a sprained ankle, while forwards Erik Murphy (cracked rib), point guard Scottie Wilbekin (broken finger) and Will Yeguete (knee tendinitis) have played through nagging injuries.

Florida has played four different starting lineups the past four games because of injuries.

"We came in knowing adversity is going to hit, guys are going to get hurt," juinor center Patric Young said. "It sucks it has to be Casey. We're going to prepare with who we have."

Prather started the past two games in place of injured Gators. The 6-foot-6 junior averages 6.8 points and 3.3 rebounds and is as athletic as anyone on the team.

Prather replaced Murphy in last Wednesday's SEC opener against Georgia and had 10 points and a season-high seven rebounds. Prather stepped in for Yeguete against LSU and scored six points and had two rebounds in 13 minutes prior to the injury.

The injury was the latest in a tough season for Prather.

He suffered two concussions in a nine-day span during practices earlier in the season, and then he busted his lip in his first game of the season, on Nov. 23 against UCF.

"It's unfortunate that he's had to deal with some different things," Donovan said. "But thank god it's not a severe high ankle sprain where you're out for a month to six weeks. It's something hopefully he can get back."

Donovan expects Rosario, the team's second-leading scorer (12.3 points per game), back in the lineup on Thursday night when Florida (12-2, 2-0 SEC) visits Texas A&M (12-3, 2-0). The Aggies are coming off an 83-71 win at struggling defending national champion Kentucky (10-5, 1-1).

Two days later, the Gators will play host to No. 17 Missouri (12-3, 1-1). The Tigers fell 64-49 Saturday at Ole Miss.

Rosario will not be the only Gator still recovering from injury.

Murphy, a senior who averages 12 points and 4.5 rebounds, sat out a 79-58 win at Yale on Jan. 6 with a cracked rib suffered a couple of weeks ago. He has played the past two games with a flak jacket to protect the injury.

Yeguete also has play his injury. He had 10 points and 13 rebounds at LSU following a scoreless SEC opener.

But Donovan said team doctors planned to X-ray Yeguette's knee to determine whether the 6-foot-8 junior is dealing with something beyond simple tendinitis.

Wilbekin has a broken ring finger on his shooting hand. But he said last week he was on the mend and hoped he soon would be able to remove the tape used to protect the injured digit.

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