GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) Florida coach Jim McElwain didn't hesitate when asked if troubled receiver Antonio Callaway is running out of chances following his third off-the-field issue in the last 20 months.
"Absolutely," McElwain said on Monday. "The one thing I will do is I'll continue to help. I'll continue to be there. I'll continue to support. But obviously the consequences, you make your own bed, man."
Callaway was one of seven Florida players suspended Sunday from team activities and the season opener against Michigan. The players reportedly purchased items at the campus bookstore with their student identification cards, which didn't have sufficient funds for the transactions, and later sold the items for cash. Keivonnis Davis, Richerd Desir-Jones, James Houston, Ventrell Miller, Jordan Smith and Kadeem Telfort also were suspended for their roles in the scheme.