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Injury & Roster News

s--k

CTG Underdog Guru
Head coach Justin Wilcox gave a brief injury update to start his news conference Tuesday, and the news was so-so.

“Kekoa (Crawford) likely will be back with us this weekend,” Wilcox said. “And Kuony (Deng) right now it would be doubtful. We’ll have some more definitive news on Thursday.”

Crawford, the senior wide receiver, and Deng, the outside linebacker, have both been limited to two games. As much as Crawford is valued, the Bears have enough depth at wide receiver to weather his absence. Deng, however, was projected as a leader of the defense and an honors candidate. Plus the Bears are a little thin at the position.

Sometimes players missing matters and sometimes they don't. I don't let injury news swing me or talk me into or out of something, I will let it play a role how much I like it or don't like it.

LB Kuony Deng is probably their best player on D after DL Johnson went out in the spring. They moved Deng outside after he had been playing inside, Wilcox said doing so "makes us a better defense". No Deng hurts Cal. If I liked Cal for other reasons, I'm not going to change my mind because a LB is out. It is just something to be aware of, they aren't full strength there. Or if I liked Washington, it could mean UW O has a better chance for success, but his replacement can make plays so you never know.
 

s--k

CTG Underdog Guru
Some Monday updates:

Washington TE Cade Otton DNP vs Cal

New Mexico was without atleast 4 WRs vs UTEP due to covid protocol and QB Terry Wilson was playing hurt late in the game.

Stanford was down 2 or 3 RBs last week, Nathaniel Peat was the primary RB.

Micah Bernard exited the previous game due to a shoulder injury, and it is unclear if he will return against USC on October 9.

Tyle Johnston missed the last game due to an undisclosed injury, and it is unclear if he will be ready for the game against Liberty on Saturday.

Greg Bell was removed from the previous game due to an upper body injury, and it is unknown if he will return to take on New Mexico on October 9.

Austin Kendall missed the previous game due to an undisclosed injury, and it is unknown if he will take on NC State on Saturday.

D.J. Matthews back on IU's sideline. Bulky brace on his left leg, and he's using crutches to get around. #iufb
^had a 5rec-120 game vs Cincy

Klieman on QB Will Howard: "At halftime, they did some things to work on him. He tried to go in the second half and just couldn't. He couldn't run the way he needed to run."

Bad news: Bryan Bresee tore his ACL. Good news: Will Shipley did not tear his ACL. Swinney said he'll be back "in a few weeks."

Swinney clarifies it's Shipley's shin/tibia area. He'll be on crutches for a couple weeks and work back in after that. "Could be three weeks, could be four weeks. All I know is he's going to be back at some point, which is a huge positive. ... We were expecting the worse there."

Texas Tech QB Tyler Shough broke his collarbone, Matt Wells said. Wells estimated he'll be out six weeks and won't be back until November.

 

s--k

CTG Underdog Guru
#WSU coach Nick Rolovich on Jayden de Laura and Max Borghi:
"There's a good chance we get them both."

Jim McElwain announces Daniel Richardson will start this weekend against Miami (Ohio)
^Jacob Sermon demoted for now

Checking back in at UNLV. Quarterback Doug Brumfield is not present at practice this morning. Tate Martell is practicing, though, after missing time with plantar fasciitis.
^ Tate Martel might be available this week though…
 

s--k

CTG Underdog Guru
Louisville WR Braden Smith is out for the rest of the season. Scott Satterfield said that Smith has "torn some ligaments in knee."
^ TD punt ret, receiving and passing this year

#UVA QB/WR/FBP Keytaon Thompson said he fractured his hand during the UNC game. He's wearing a cast still and said that talk some getting used to against Wake Forest. "I'm just trying to practice catching with the cast on. ... It's nothing I can't handle."

Manny Diaz said QB D'Eriq King is improving and feeling better every day. Diaz said King was "able to move around a little bit today."



 

TahoeLegend

Well-Known Member
Kansas St starting QB is still listed as out indefinitely, third string QB is out indefinitely, second string QB, who started the last couple of games, was injured against Okla St, but is listed as probably this week v Oklahoma
 

s--k

CTG Underdog Guru
Anyone know King's status tonight for the U?

He’s hurt still? Thought it was precautionary last week.


From Miami Herald story posted within last hour;

With King expected to be out with a shoulder injury, all indications point to Van Dyke making his second straight start — and his first career start against an FBS opponent.

Read more at: https://www.miamiherald.com/sports/...-of-miami/article254619097.html#storylink=cpy
 

s--k

CTG Underdog Guru
The availability of San Jose State quarterback Nick Starkel, who wore a sling on his left arm during the fourth quarter this past weekend, will remain a mystery until Saturday since Spartans coach Brent Brennan doesn’t comment on injuries.
 

s--k

CTG Underdog Guru
I haven't look at these for a while. I'll skip the older ones

The return of Tyler Davis and Will Shipley is still TBA, per Swinney.

Dabo Swinney says Justyn Ross is fine after being in concussion protocol post BC. Frank Ladson (groin) is day to day. E.J. Williams (knee soreness) is "battling."
^ Ross has 3 of 4 receiving TDs for Clemson

VT back up QB Connor Blumrick (leg) is out indefinitely. Braxton Burmeister (shoulder) should be good to go.

Hurricanes starter center Corey Gaynor is out for the season after a recent knee surgery.

Sources: Arizona QB Jordan McCloud confirmed out for season
^Gunner Cruz expected to start

USC TE Michael Trigg will need another MRI to diagnose what happened, Donte Williams said. An ACL tear has been ruled out, but Williams said Trigg is not expected to return "right away"
^Frosh TE caught 6-102 last 3 games

Miami HC Martin was optimistic that third-year sophomore quarterback Brett Gabbert and fifth-year senior running back Jaylon Bester might be back on Saturday after missing the Eastern Michigan game with injuries. “Both of them are getting better,” Martin said. “They’re active and moving around, not just standing around. They’re doing everything they can to get ready. They’re pushing to get ready. If they’re not ready by Saturday, they’ll be really close to being ready.”
^RB Jaylon Bester was #1 rusher 2019, DNP 2020 and has only played in one game this year. Gabbert and Mayer split time at QB.

Mullen says #Gators expect RB Malik Davis back this week
^leading RB in yards, but equal with Pierce

LSU star WR Kayshon Boutte expected to miss rest of season

Heupel says that he anticipates most guys who missed the previous week due to injury (Cooper Mays, Tiyon Evams, Jabari Small, Theo Jackson, Doneiko Slaughter) are expected to play this week.

Jeff Brohm expects Payne Durham back. Cory Trice, too. Abdur-Rahmaan Yaseen is out. Zander Horvath likely not ready.

Gophers running back Trey Potts will miss the remainder of the season with an undisclosed injury serious enough to keep him hospitalized for six days after it occurred in the last game.
^Tr Fr Bucky Irving moves up depth chart

Rutgers injury updates from Greg Schiano: Noah Vedral and Christian Izien are fine. It's wait-and-see with Bo Melton, Aron Cruickshank and Raiqwon O'Neal.
^ Melton and Cruickshank are #1 and #2 receivers. Melton did not play last week.

Freshman tight end Mitchell Evans was elevated to the No. 2 tight end role, a common one in Tommy Rees’ offense, while junior Michael Mayer was sidelined by a groin injury, and Evans played well enough, misguided targeting penalty aside.
^ Mayer DNP vs VT and was the only TE with a catch for Notre Dame entering the game

TCU coach Gary Patterson says QB Max Duggan and RB Zach Evans are both "questionable" for the OU game.

Hardison went 7-for-17 for 127 yards and an interception against USM on Saturday.
^ UTEP QB supposedly playing injured

Wolf Pack WR Romeo Doubs (lower leg injury) is expected to play against Hawaii after missing the NMSU game. Despite being down its top-two receivers, Nevada threw for 463 yards and six touchdowns against the Aggies last Saturday.

Andy Avalos confirms starting CB Markel Reed is done for the season with an injury. He also said both Aisa Kelemete and Tyler Visser have medically retired.
^Boise played BYU without both starting CBs Reed and LeBeauf

UNM QB Terry Wilson Jr. sustained a left elbow injury (his non-throwing arm). He left the field with his elbow dislocated. Three trainers popped it back into place, UNM coach Danny Gonzales said during his virtual press conference. X-rays showed no fracture to his arm. Gonzales is hopeful Wilson will be ready to play against Colorado State next week, but if Wilson is not ready to go, the starter is not yet determined, but it will most likely be between CJ Montes, Trae Hall and Isaiah Chavez.

Butch Jones gave some injury updates today on the Red Wolves Coaches Show (Sunday nights at 10:35 on KAIT-8): Terry Hampton (knee) -- Out for the season Samy Johnson (lower back) -- day-to-day, all tests came back negative. James Blackman (shoulder) -- out indefinitely.

In his weekly newsletter, #UCF's Kalia Davis confirms he tore his ACL on Saturday.
^starting UCF DL

Vanderbilt injury news: Clark Lea says he thinks starting RB Rocko Griffin (ankle) will be able to play at South Carolina on Saturday but that Griffin will need to avoid setbacks throughout the week.
^ leading rusher




 

s--k

CTG Underdog Guru
Just before Purdue cornerback Cory Trice was scheduled to return, the junior suffered another injury.

Trice sustained a knee injury in last week’s practice, and it's been determined that the Kentucky native suffered an ACL tear and will be lost for the season. Trice missed the last three games after suffering a high ankle sprain in practice leading up to the Sept. 18 matchup at Notre Dame.

Trice was in uniform for the Oct. 2 loss to Minnesota but didn’t play. He was scheduled to be in the lineup Saturday when the Boilermakers face No. 2 Iowa at Kinnick Stadium.
 

s--k

CTG Underdog Guru
MAC's leading rusher, NIU Harrison Waylee missed last week and may be out long term. He has 101att-574y on the year. NIU's #2 and #3 RB is a FR with 40att and 24att. Then they have a FB Ratkovich they like to use at times.
 

s--k

CTG Underdog Guru
Utah senior long-snapper Keegan Markgraf has suffered an unspecified season-ending injury.

Whittingham called it “a big blow” to his team. “Keegan is a captain, one of our leaders. That says something when one of our special teams guys is voted captain because that’s not really common,” he said. “He’s unfortunately done for the year. He was a big part of our special teams the last few years.”
^ A 214 lb Fr will take over, was the top ranked long snapper in California, but still just a Freshman
 

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James Franklin said #PennState QB reps will be split this week between Ta’Quan Roberson and Christian Veilleux. Implying Sean Clifford might not play vs Illinois.

Bret Bielema: Brandon Peters threw the ball yesterday. At some point this week, he could possibly return but isn't cleared for Tuesday's practice Art and Ryan Johnson and Matt Robinson will take the work during the course of the week.

Mike Epstein is out for the year.

Brohm on Horvath: Not optimistic the running back will return this week DE DaMarcus Mitchell played one play vs Iowa

Shane Beamer says QB Luke Doty is done for the year. Will have surgery this week.

#FAU HC Willie Taggart says that QB N'Kosi Perry will play and start under center against Charlotte on Thursday.

Rice head coach Mike Bloomgren said he does not know QB Jake Constantine's status for Saturday at UAB after he went down in the UTSA game. Non-contact injury, but not season-ending.

Clark Lea says Mike Wright will start this weekend because Ken Seals is still not at 100%

Maryland WR Jeshaun Jones is out with a lower-leg injury that will require season-ending surgery, Locksley says. Linebacker Durell Nchami also had season-ending surgery.
^ two of Maryland's top three WRs now out

Tony Elliott on Will Shipley. 'I'm optimistic we'll get him back with us" practicing this week. Not sure if he'll be able to play, though.
Brent Venables said Andrew Booth Jr. and Fred Davis are both back at practice.
^ CBs Booth missed Cuse, Davis missed the last 2

2019 4-star WR Khafre Brown has entered the transfer portal after redshirting as a true freshman (played in 1 game) and totaling 16 rec for 412 yards and 3 TD over the last 18 games; 1 rec for 75 yards and 1 TD this season
^Dyami's brother was expected to have bigger impact

Starting running back Cam’Ron Harris is out for the rest of the season after sustaining a right knee injury during Miami’s 45-42 loss to the University of North Carolina

Based on this Instagram post, it seems that Northwestern receiver Bryce Kirtz's 2021 season is over. In 5 games, Kirtz posted 19 receptions for 203 yards, both of which were career highs. The redshirt sophomore emerged as an excellent complement to Stephon Robinson Jr.

Colorado HC Karl Dorrell said WR Vontae Shenault is practicing, but as of today "it's one more game" for Shenault's suspension #cubuffs
^CU second leading receiver last year, he's not a #1 or as good as his brother, but would compliment the WR unit once back, assuming the QB and the playcalling gets them the ball

Fisch confirms that QB Gunner Cruz is out for the season. Thumb surgery. Rehab of about six months. Will Plummer will be the starter, Luke Ashworth the backup, Brayden Zermeno No. 3.

Chip Kelly said that receiver Kyle Phillips and defensive lineman Mitchell Agude are available at practice today.
^ Phillips missed last game

Stoops says TE Izayah Cummings was in a sling today at the JCFTC. "We'll see." Things look good for WR Josh Ali's return against MSU. Marquan McCall still questionable.

Kiffin said Matt Corral is "not in good shape" the last couple of days since the Tennessee game and does not feel good about him playing Saturday against LSU as of right now. #OleMiss

#Vols coach Josh Heupel: I don’t think Hendon’s injury is a longterm injury. He and Cade and Tiyon are all day-to-day.

Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly said Monday that Coan will start Week 8 against USC, but the Fighting Irish plan to mix in Tyler Buchner at quarterback behind him, Heather Dinich of ESPN.com reports. "Jack Coan continues to be the guy that we feel like gives us the best chance to win, and a mixture of him with Tyler Buchner," Kelly said. "Drew [Pyne] has done some really good things for us, and if we feel like we're in a situation where we need to call on him, we would, but I think right now, as we look at it, it's probably in my mind that Jack will start and we'll continue to get Tyler more playing time."

Casey Thompson is the starting QB for the #Longhorns going forward, per Sark. #HookEm

UNLV football coach Marcus Arroyo at his weekly press conference said quarterback Doug Brumfield is still day-to-day with a back injury. Backs can be tricky and team wants to be cautious. Quarterback Cameron Friel will likely be limited today. Hopeful that he can play Thursday.

 

s--k

CTG Underdog Guru
USC announces that Zeb Noland will undergo a "minor surgical procedure Tuesday morning for a meniscus tear in his right knee. He is expected to be available for the Florida game on Nov. 6."

Dorian Thompson-Robinson still listed as QB1 on the depth chart UCLA released for this week.

UCLA QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson is dressed for practice but not throwing like the other QBs are. A lot of left-handed motion throwing. Glove on right (throwing) hand.

Alton Julian will miss the rest of this season with a knee injury, Nick Daschel reports.
^3rd leading tackler on team

Tyler Davis is back.

Clemson’s junior defensive tackle returned to the lineup during the team’s 27-17 loss at Pitt on Saturday.

Washington RB Richard Newton tore his ACL against UCLA and is having surgery today. LB Eddy Ulofoshio had an arm injury against UCLA, had surgery last week and is also out for the year.

Coach Anderson on Calvin Tyler Jr., says he broke a bone in his hand vs UNLV, had surgery & Calvin will be out for a week or so but will be back. No major injuries vs Colorado St.

Fresno State running back Ronnie Rivers is cleared to "practice as tolerated" this week, offensive coordinator Ryan Grubb said. Rivers left Saturday's game with a lower-leg injury. #fresnostate #godogs
@BarkBoard

#illini Bret Bielema: Artur Sitkowski broke his arm. Will have surgery Wednesday. Out for season.

USF HC Scott on QB Timmy McClain’s health: “I expect Timmy do do some things at practice today, but I don’t know how much. “Decide some time Thursday to see how the ankle heals up.” #USF

Duzz says Izzy Abanikanda and Jordan Addison are “very questionable” this week. Mentioned the unpredictable nature of concussions.
^ Addison Pitt's #1 WR and Abanikanda is #1 RB, Addison being the more important one

Tom Allen says Jack Tuttle and Michael Penix are both week to week.

Brohm on Horvath: "Going to try him this week in practice. Not optimistic"

#CUBuffs receiver La'Vontae Shenault has been reinstated and will play against Oregon this Saturday.

Notre Dame will be without star junior safety Kyle Hamilton this week after he suffered a pinched fat pad in his knee in the first quarter against USC. Kelly does not expect it to be a “long-term situation.”

“I don’t want to get into the specifics, because there’s a lot of moving pieces here, but I can tell you there’s some confidence here that we’ll have him back,”

Army QB Christian Anderson returned vs Wake Forest, but then departed Saturday's game against due to injury

The injury bug has taken another big bite out of the N.C. State football program. Junior linebacker Isaiah Moore will miss the season for the Wolfpack, head coach Dave Doeren announced on Monday. Graduate offensive lineman Chandler Zavala, who missed the last two games, is also done for the season. Moore, a captain, is the fourth starter on defense done for the year. “That to me was the biggest loss of the game,” Doeren said. “Losing a player of that magnitude, a leader of that magnitude.”
 
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M.W.

Parties like it's 1979
Clemson has lost three more players for the season:

DE Justin Foster
G Matt Bockhorst
TE Braden Galloway
 

M.W.

Parties like it's 1979
Brockhorst the best OL? And Galloway a pretty good TE?
Parks (RT) is the best, but both tackles are probably better than Bock.

Galloway is awful. He was the starter till a couple games ago, but he got demoted. Can’t block or catch this year. Allen better on both counts plus Ennis and Briningstool look promising.
 

s--k

CTG Underdog Guru
Some speculation Chris Reynolds is hurt (Charlotte QB). Dislocated finger or something. Healy said at press conference he is fine and practiced Monday. Somebody said they watched Monday practice and he didn't practice. Healy may be trying to keep it under wraps who is playing.

@pressitup do you know the name James Foster (QB was originally A&M)
 

s--k

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USC wideout Drake London will miss the rest of the season with a fractured ankle, interim coach Donte Williams confirmed.
^ enormous piece of USC's offense, they very heavily rely upon him and he is one of the best receivers in the country

Garbers was impressive in his bid to help the Bruins beat the Utes for the first time since 2015. He showed composure under heavy pressure and some elusiveness running. He completed 27 of 44 passes for 265 yards with two touchdowns and one interception on a tipped pass.
^ DTR was suited up, but Garbers got his first career start after finishing up the week prior vs Oreong.

2019 3-star QB Cornelious Brown IV has entered the transfer portal after passing for 2,792 yards and 17 TD at Georgia State; also rushed for 364 yards and 9 TD
^had become backup QB, but need to watch now if current starting QB Grainger goes down

Brennan Armstrong walked off the field grimacing and pointing to his rib cage, telling #UVA coaches, “It’s broken.”
^Jay Woolfolk went 2-5-35-0-0 after Armstrong left.

#Gophers running back Bryce Williams suffered a season-ending injury vs. Northwestern; he is the third Minnesota tailback to be lost during this year.
^ Irving ran 19-110 and Thomas had 21-106 vs NW so they still have guys

McCulley completed 14 of 25 passes for 242 yards and two touchdowns in the game versus Maryland on Saturday.
^Indiana QB leads Indiana to 35 points! He should probably QB the rest of the season even if other guys get healthy, Penix included.

Connor Bazelak's injury is probably a soft tissue injury, per coach Drinkwitz. Said the decision to turn to Macon was "situational." Might've gone with Cook in a different situation.
^ left Vandy game with ankle injury

TCU QB Max Duggan was 9-for-13 passing for 73 yards before being benched in the third quarter of Saturday's 31-12 loss at Kansas State.

MTSU QB Chase Cunningham left with injury first quarter, Mike DiLiello came in and did very well 8-12-78-0-0, rushed 11x-77-2TD.
 

s--k

CTG Underdog Guru
Cardinal coach David Shaw characterized McKee’s status as “questionable” on Tuesday. Shaw does not talk about specific injuries, and he did not disclose the reason for McKee’s potential absence. McKee played to the end of Saturday’s 20-13 loss to Washington, throwing an interception on a desperation heave with six seconds left as Stanford (3-5, 2-4) lost its third straight game.


“We’ll see over the next day or so if he’s going to be ready to go,” Shaw said. “Hopefully this gets resolved sooner than later, but as coaches we just prepare for every eventuality.”

McKee leads the Pac-12 with five games with at least three touchdowns. He’s completed 64.8 percent of his passes for 14 TDs and five INTs, and is 84 yards from becoming the third freshman in program history to reach 2,000 passing yards, following Andrew Luck (2009) and Chad Hutchinson (1996). If McKee is unavailable, Shaw said that both Jack West and option QB Isaiah Sanders would play.
Whoever starts at QB should at least benefit from the return of Michael Wilson, who entered the season as Stanford’s most heralded receiver. Wilson is expected to make his season debut on Friday after being out with an undisclosed injury.
 

s--k

CTG Underdog Guru
Colorado will likely play without star inside linebacker Nate Landman for another week, at least.

On Monday, head coach Karl Dorrell said Landman is doubtful to play when the Buffaloes (2-6, 1-4 Pac-12) host Oregon State (5-3, 3-2) on Saturday at Folsom Field (5 p.m., TV: Pac-12 Network).

Landman suffered an unspecified injury late in the Buffs’ 26-3 loss at California on Oct. 23 and did not play in last Saturday’s 52-29 loss at Oregon. It is unclear if or when he will return to the lineup.

“I want to make sure he’s healthy,” Dorrell said. “I’m not going to put him at risk. Even though he would probably try to play with one arm if it was up to him, I’m not going to let him do that. So I just don’t want to put guys at risk doing that. So we’re going to treat it week to week. He’s feeling better, but … I would say he’s doubtful this week to play.”
 

s--k

CTG Underdog Guru
Holmberg injury hits hard
Duke starting quarterback Gunnar Holmberg suffered what Duke called an upper-body injury late in the first half and did not return to the game after being taken for X-rays. That’s a significant blow for Duke’s offense. The 6-3, 205-pound Holmberg was injured while being sacked. His left shoulder (non-throwing side) hit the turf under the weight of two Pitt defenders and the X-rays were to examine his clavicle and ribs. Prior to his injury, Holmberg completed 16-of-23 passes for 174 yards with a touchdown on Saturday. For the season, he is 178-of-257 passing (69.2%) for 2,034 yards with seven touchdown passes and six interceptions. He’s also run for six touchdowns. True freshman Riley Leonard took over as Duke’s quarterback when Holmberg went down. He showed some promise, leading a scoring drive that culminated with a 5-yard touchdown pass to Mataeo Durant. But Leonard’s overall performance was mediocre as he completed 6-of-13 passes for 63 yards with the one touchdown and one interception.
 

s--k

CTG Underdog Guru
Redshirt sophomore Grayson McCall did not play today in Statesboro, Georgia, due to an upper body injury and is “out indefinitely,” according to CCU assistant athletic director for media relations Kevin Davis. Senior Bryce Carpenter started at quarterback Saturday. “It is our interpretation that this is a long-term thing. Hopefully we get him back before the end of the season,” CCU head coach Jamey Chadwell told WRNN 99.5 FM. “. . . We don’t know exactly how long he’ll take to get back. It’s really unfortunate for him and unfortunate for our team."
Getting the start in place of the injured Grayson McCall, senior quarterback Bryce Carpenter was 13-for-20 for 85 yards and a score in the passing game and rushed 13 times for 44 yards and a touchdown on the ground.
 

s--k

CTG Underdog Guru
Virginia Tech coach Justin Fuente: Describes Tre Turner injury as a upper body respiratory injury, there's air in his neck that's trapped in there from a hit that he took, flying makes it worse
^VT leading receiver

#Rutgers WR Aron Cruickshank is out for the rest of the season due to a knee injury.
^ #3 receiver but excellent punt and kick returner

News: #Gophers receiver Chris Autman-Bell is expected to play vs. #Hawkeyes on Saturday, coach PJ Fleck said as of what's known on Monday. CrAB left the Illinois game in the third quarter after a hard hit and didn't return.

Stephen Carr has an ankle injury. Nothing broken, but "working hard to get him back." Not clear yet if he can practice this week. #iufb
^by far and away IU's most productive RB, has double the yardage of the next 3 RBs combined!

RB Chez Mellusi is listed as questionable this week for Wisconsin. Considering how it looked, that has to be good news for the Badgers.
^ less of a concern with Braelon Allen's role increased

BYU OC Aaron Roderick on WR Neil Pau'u's injury: “I don’t have the final news on that yet, but it doesn’t look good.”
^#2 in yards, #1 in receptions

Brian Kelly update on Avery Davis, says he's torn his ACL. Out for the season. Kelly notes Davis could return for a sixth year at Notre Dame and would be welcomed back.
^ #2 WR

Lance Leipold: Both Miles Kendrick and Torry Locklin suffered season-ending lower leg injuries. Jason Bean probably questionable at best for this week. #KUfball
If Bean is out and Jalon Daniels is QB1, walk-on Miles Fallin will be the backup QB. #KUfball

Texas football coach Steve Sarkisian said WR Joshua Moore intends to enter the transfer portal. He is no longer with the team.
^#3 receiver this year, #1 last season

Texas RB Bijan Robinson, LB DeMarvion Overshown, DE Alfred Collins were all on the injury report Saturday. Sark says they're all "day-to-day" going forward.

South Alabama coach Kane Wommack says QB Jake Bentley will have an MRI this afternoon on his injured left knee, but they “don’t anticipate" having him this week vs. App State. Desmond Trotter expected to start, with Eli Gainey getting No. 2 reps.
^Trotter played almost the entire game last week after Bentley's injury and was last year's starter

Starkel is back for San Jose
 

s--k

CTG Underdog Guru
Allen said RB Stephen Carr still questionable, RBs David Holloman and Charley Spegal have gotten more reps in practice this week #iufb

if Tanner McKee is forced to miss a second straight week with an undisclosed injury, true freshman Ari Patu would make his first start. McKee was leaning against a crutch on the sidelines against Utah.

Shaw said the 6-foot-3 Patu has a quick release and a strong arm. The dual-threat QB played the final drive against Utah, his first game experience since he was a junior at Folsom High outside of Sacramento. Patu couldn’t play in the fall of his senior year because the season was postponed due to COVID restrictions, and then he enrolled early at Stanford.

Shaw said that option QB Isaiah Sanders would still play as well. Sanders split time with senior Jack West last week as the offense didn’t post 100 yards until the fourth quarter. Still, Shaw said he won’t rush McKee back.

“We’re not going to make short-sighted decisions that put guys in jeopardy,” Shaw said. “If he’s ready to protect himself and play at a high level then he’ll go out there. If there’s any indecision or whether or not, then he won’t play.”

Oregon State coach Jonathan Smith said WR Trevon Bradford (neck, hip) is probable for Stanford. LG Jake Levengood, DE Sione Lolohea (ankles) doubtful

Mizzou QB Connor Bazelak is again questionable for Saturday's game vs South Carolina.

OC Andy Kotelnicki says Jason Bean did take reps today in practice, will be game-time decision. Still want to redshirt Jalon Daniels. #kufball

Sark said RB Bijan Robinson, RB Roschon Johnson, LB DeMarvion Overshown will all be game-time decisions for KU game

Cole Turner going through protocols

Turner, the Wolf Pack's star tight end, is going through concussion protocols after taking an illegal hit to the head in the second half of the SJSU game. His status is uncertain for Saturday's game against San Diego State.

Blake Anderson on Calvin Tyler Jr.: "Ah, he'll be ready. We were giving him a hard time on the plane on the way home." He attributed Tyler Jr. leaving the game Saturday to minor cramping.

South Alabama’s Jake Bentley has torn MCL, not yet ruled out for season

Spavital named Tyler Vitt the starter at the #TXST press conference

Butch on QBs says we should expect to see Wyatt Begeal quite a bit more over the last three games. Also of note, James Blackman is unavailable for Saturday at ULM. He has returned home due to a death in the family.
 

Frank Costanza

Well-Known Member
Bijan Robinson has a dislocated elbow and is done for the season. Likely played his last down at Texas.

Great football player, even better person.
 

s--k

CTG Underdog Guru
Dabo Swinney says Justyn Ross is out. He'll probably have surgery Thursday, Swinney says.
^leading receiver

A couple Wolf Pack football injury notes: TE Cole Turner (concussion) expected back Friday against Air Force. He was close to playing vs. SDSU.
^#2 receiver

Auburn kicker Anders Carlson is out for the year with a torn ACL

BYU coach Kalani Sitake says injured WR Neil Pau'u won't play this week vs. GSU and probably won't play next week vs. USC.
^#2 receiver

Emory Jones is starting for the #Gators this week vs Mizzou. Anthony Richardson is 100% healthy "as of 1:30 this afternoon."

#Hawkeyes QB Alex Padilla is listed as the starter this week. Deuce Hogan behind him, again.

"I think there is a chance Jordan Whittington can play this weekend," Sarkisian said. Whittington is still Texas' second-leading receiver, despite being out since the Oklahoma game.

Per Sark, Casey Thompson will be the #Longhorns starting QB for the West Virginia game. Sark clarifying he didn’t bench Thompson in the Kansas game. The plan was for him to get two series and then for Hudson Card to play. Card, unfortunately, then had two turnovers. #HookEm

#UVA football coach Bronco Mendenhall says he's "hopeful" QB Brennan Armstrong will be able to do more in practice this week. Still no concrete update on what is status will be for the Pitt game beyond labeling him "hour to hour."

#Hokies football coach Justin Fuente said wide receiver Tre Turner may need to drive to Miami to play Saturday against the Hurricanes. He has a throat condition that may prevent him from flying.

Cade Otton headed to the locker room on crutches. Not good.
^ left the ASU game

From Ryan Silverfield. Calvin Austin didn’t practice all week but wanted to play today even if limited.
^avg over 7 catches per game before last week's 2-37y


 

KJ

KJ is my name, naps are my game.
A drive from Blacksburg to Miami sound insanely miserable with a throat infection. Probably makes the condition worse sitting in a vehicle that long...if he can't fly, he shouldn't play but Fuentes is a dead man walking so he probably just wants Turner available.
 

s--k

CTG Underdog Guru
Not that the Duke QB situation, or any Duke situation is on the minds of many people, but...

Holmberg made the trip to Virginia Tech with the team and was in uniform but Duke coach David Cutcliffe said he wasn’t healthy enough to take a hit and protect himself. So Riley Leonard got the start, making him the first true freshman quarterback to start for Duke since Thaddeous Lewis in 2006. Leonard struggled, completing just 7 of 16 passes for 84 yards without leading the Blue Devils to the end zone. Jordan Moore replaced him in the second half and spark the offense despite the score being lopsided. Moore completed 6 of 12 passes for 63 yards with a 28-yard touchdown pass to Eli Pancol. But Moore did more damage with his running ability, leading Duke with 110 rushing yards on 16 attempts. He scored a touchdown on a 4-yard run in the fourth quarter. Duke plays again on Thursday night at home with Louisville. If Holmberg is still unavailable, Moore appears to be the better choice.

Maybe Moore has some upside if he plays?
 

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