Weatherford feeling better after sustaining concussion

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Florida State quarterback Drew Weatherford is probable for Saturday's game against Maryland.

Weatherford sustained a concussion Saturday during the
Seminoles' 40-21 loss at Virginia Tech.

"As far as I know I'm good to go unless I have problems during
the week," Weatherford said Monday. "As of right now, they are
going to be cautious. But I feel really good."

Weatherford said he felt fine after a 90-minute workout Monday.

Florida State (6-4, 3-4 ACC) coach Bobby Bowden said backup
quarterback Xavier Lee was cleared for Saturday's game, but said he
would leave Lee's status on the depth chart up to offensive
coordinator Jimbo Fisher.

"When I think about it and think through the process I'll make
a decision," Fisher said.

Lee missed two games for violating the team's academic
attendance policy.