Injury Report : Week 14

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  1. FacePlant City

    FacePlant City FacePlant City

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    Injury Report : Week 14

    Injury Report
    Week 14

    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6
    Team Player Position Injury Length Large/Small Impact for Team
    Arizona J. Criner WR Strained back 3 Weeks Medium-Large
    Northwestern A. Nagel FB Forearm fracture 1 Week Medium
    Northwestern A. Fields HB Torn pectoral Doubtful Small
    Northwestern J. Rooks TE Sprained Elbow 3 weeks Medium
    Maryland K. Tate FS Broken Tailbone 4 Weeks Medium-Large
    Maryland L. Watson TE Strained back 10 Weeks Medium-Large
    Maryland N. Clarke RG Strained knee 2 Weeks Medium-Small
    Illinois J. Fayson WR Strained shoulder Probable Small
    Illinois J. Ramsey WR Strained pectoral 1 Week Small
    Illinois L. Davis TE Broken Thumb 3 Weeks Medium
    UCLA M. Harris RT Broken ribs 2 Weeks Small
    UCLA R. Strokes RE Abdominal tear Probable Small
    UConn J. Delahunt TE Upper arm fracture 5 Weeks Small
    UConn R. Griffin TE Broken tailbone 7 Weeks Small-Medium
    USF M. Plancher HB Dislocated elbow 1 Week Small

    Commentary:

    Many of the small impacts are due to the team not relying on the player heavily or not being done for the season already. However, Illinois and Maryland have many injuries. Illinois is the more lucky of the two as they will be attaining the majority of their players before their bowl game.

    Northwestern will be getting their star HB and FB back for their bowl game and looked to establish the running game seen throughout the first half of the season.

    Arizona remains nervous as they wait to see if WR J. Criner will be playing in their upcoming bowl game.
     
  2. bigrice25

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    I just started feeling missing my starting HB, my backup gets it done in spurts when in needed him, but he isnt ready to carry the load.....
    i been having to rely heavily on my passing game.
     

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