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Wiregrass Ranch center Travis Whiddon, one of the keys to the Bulls' ground game, won an appeal to the FHSAA to have his six-game suspension reduced to two games.
Whiddon was initially hit with a six-week suspension after being ejected in the Bulls' district finale against Hudson two weeks ago. He sat out the Bulls' final regular season game against Pasco and will also have to miss tomorrow's first round playoff game against Springstead to complete his suspension.
Whiddon would be eligible to rejoin Wiregrass Ranch next Friday if the Bulls continue their season by defeating Springstead.