|Razorbacks TE Chris Gragg has missed the last three games with a bone bruise in his knee but is expected to play on Saturday in Little Rock against Ole Miss. (US Presswire)|
SEC Injury Report
Next game: vs. Ole Miss (at Little Rock), Saturday, 12:21 p.m. ET (SEC Network)
The senior looks ready to go after missing the last three games with a bone bruise in his knee. This season, Gragg has been on the field for less than four quarters with QB Tyler Wilson and WR Cobi Hamilton. He has 19 catches for 234 yards.
CB Charles Sawyer, Ole Miss, (ankle)
Next game: at Arkansas (at Little Rock), Saturday, 12:21 p.m. ET (SEC Network)
The junior was held out of practice early in the week but is expected to be at full strength when Ole Miss faces Arkansas' SEC-leading passing attack. The junior has 37 tackles this season.
Next game: vs. Texas A&M, Saturday, 7 p.m. ET (ESPNU)
Ford was limited to about a dozen snaps in last week's loss at Vanderbilt. Coach Gene Chizik said Ford's role will be determined by how he progresses in practice this week, but he would not disclose the specifics of Ford's injury.
Next game: at No. 13 South Carolina, Saturday, noon ET (ESPN)
The third-year starter is likely to miss Saturday's game with an ankle injury he sustained in last weekend's loss at Alabama. Junior Alex Bullard and sophomore Marcus Jackson, both of whom are former starters, are the most likely candidates to start in Fulton's spot.
RB Marcus Lattimore, South Carolina, (hip)
Next game: vs. Tennessee, Saturday, noon ET (ESPN)
Lattimore only got three carries against Florida last week, but he's expected to be back to a normal workload against the Volunteers on Saturday. Coach Steve Spurrier said he could've played more against the Gators, but the Gamecocks fell behind early and didn't have as much need for the run game.
Next game: vs. Florida (at Jacksonville), Saturday, 3:30 p.m. ET (CBS)
Jones, who has 37 tackles on the season, is expected to play against Florida after sitting out last week against Kentucky. Freshman Jordan Jenkins is his replacement should his status change at any point.
DE Abry Jones, Georgia (ankle)
Next game: vs. Florida (at Jacksonville), Saturday, 3:30 p.m. ET (CBS)
Jones is done for at least the regular season with a broken ankle, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. He had surgery on the ankle on Tuesday and a recovery could take at least six weeks. Junior Garrison Smith will start in his place.
Big Ten Injury Report
Next game: vs. No. 20 Michigan, Saturday, 8 p.m. ET (ESPN)
Burkhead re-aggravated his left knee for the second time in three weeks and coach Bo Pelini is taking a cautious approach with his oft-injured tailback. He's officially listed as day-to-day, but Pelini might rest him given how backup Ameer Abdullah (615 yards, seven touchdowns) has performed.
Next game: vs. Michigan State, Saturday, 3:30 p.m. (ABC)
Wagner injured his right knee two weeks ago against Purdue and missed last weekend's victory over Minnesota. He didn't practice on Wednesday and is unlikely to play against the Spartans this Saturday. Junior Ryan Groy will fill in at left tackle if Wagner can't play.
Next game: vs. Iowa, Saturday, noon ET (ESPN2)
VanHoose sustained the injury in last weekend's loss to Nebraska and is unlikely to play Saturday against the Hawkeyes. VanHoose has 31 tackles and one interception this season and won Big Ten freshman of the week honors two weeks ago, following a solid performance against Minnesota.
Next game: at Penn State, Saturday, 5:30 p.m. ET (ESPN)
Miller left last week's game after being slammed to the turf and sustaining what initially appeared to be a concussion. Coach Urban Meyer said Miller suffered whiplash in his neck and Miller said on Wednesday that he was injury-free, save for some soreness. Meyer expects his dynamic quarterback to play on Saturday without limitations.
|With CB Bashaud Breeland (abdominal strain) out, Clemson is thin in the secondary, and coach Dabo Swinney says another injury would put the Tigers in "dire straits."(US Presswire)|
ACC Injury Report
Next game: vs. No. 18 Clemson, Thursday, 7:30 p.m. ET (ESPN)
Campanaro will play Thursday night against the Tigers for the first time since Sept. 29, when he broke his hand against Duke. It's an even bigger advantage for the Demon Deacons since Clemson's two starting cornerbacks, Darius Robinson (ankle) and Bashaud Breeland (abdominal strain), aren't expected to play. Despite missing the past two games, Campanaro is Wake's leading wideout with 38 catches for 429 yards.
CB Bashaud Breeland, Clemson, (abdominal strain)
Next game: at Wake Forest, Thursday, 7:30 p.m. ET (ESPN)
Breeland didn't travel with the team after suffering the strain in last weekend's win over Virginia Tech. “We're in dire straits right now as far as if we were to get somebody else injured,” head coach Dabo Swinney said on the ACC coaches teleconference on Wednesday.
Next game: vs. Duke, Saturday, 3:30 p.m. ET (ESPNU)
Thompson tore his ACL in last weekend's win over rival Miami and is done for the season. The senior, who had 685 yards and five touchdowns out of the Seminoles' backfield, will be replaced by a joint effort from James Wilder Jr. and Devonta Freeman. For more, check out our Eye on College football blog.
Next game: at Boston College, Saturday, 1 p.m. ET (ESPN3)
Hills suffered a torn ACL last weekend after trying to make a downfield tackle following an interception and will miss the rest of the season. The injury will force coach Randy Edsall to resort to the team's third-string QB, either sophomore Devin Burns or true freshman Caleb Rowe. For more, check out our Eye on College football blog.
|Oregon State QB Sean Mannion will start against Washington on Saturday, his first start since undergoing meniscus surgery two weeks ago.(US Presswire)|
Pac-12 Injury Report
Next game: at Washington, Saturday, 10:15 p.m. ET (Pac-12 Network)
Mannion has been announced the starter for Saturday's game against the Huskies, which will be his first start since undergoing meniscus surgery two weeks ago. In his absence, backup Cody Vaz won both his starts against Brigham Young and Utah and completed 36 of 58 passes for 506 yards and three touchdowns. “Obviously, we feel great about our quarterback situation,” coach Mike Riley told the Oregonian. “It's a tough decision to make.”
Next up: vs. Colorado, Saturday, 3 p.m. ET (Pac-12 Network)
The Ducks' leading tackler (42) is unlikely to play Saturday against the Buffaloes due to a left wrist injury. He hasn't practiced this week and has been spotted with a soft cast around his wrist. Coach Chip Kelly hasn't been clear about the extent of the injury, though.
Next game: vs. UCLA, 3 p.m. ET (FX)
Sutton is questionable for Saturday's game against UCLA after suffering a bone bruise on the second play of last weekend's loss to Oregon. His presence could help significantly slow down the Bruins' 24th-ranked rushing attack in the country (216 yards per game). Sutton has 8.5 sacks this season.
Next game: at Arizona, Saturday, 3:30 p.m. ET (ABC)
Walker was carted off the field in last week's 50-6 win over Colorado and is questionable for Saturday's game against the Wildcats. If he doesn't play, Max Tuerk would make history as the first true freshman to start at LT for the Trojans.
Next game: vs. Washington State, Saturday, 6:15 p.m. ET (Pac-12 Network)
Montgomery has missed the past two games and is questionable for Saturday's matchup. Stanford's third-leading receiver practiced on Monday, but coach David Shaw said his status would be based on how Montgomery performed later in the week.
Next game: at Utah, Saturday, 9:45 p.m. ET
Scarlett is one of three Golden Bear linebackers who are questionable for Saturday's game. The others are Chris McCain (ankle) and Jalen Jefferson (concussion), both starters. Scarlett and Jefferson each missed last Saturday's loss to Stanford while McCain injured his ankle late in the third quarter. Fortunately for the Bears, Utah averages just 105 rushing yards per game, the 113th lowest total in the country.
Big 12 Injury Report
Next game: vs. TCU, Saturday, 3:30 p.m. ET
Walsh sustained a knee injury in the first quarter of Saturday's win over Iowa State and coach Mike Gundy has said he is done for the season. He threw for 415 yards and played the entire game, as no one knew the severity of the injury. Backup QB Wes Lunt dealt with a knee injury earlier this season and has recently suffered an ankle sprain, which has hindered his recovery. If Lunt can't play, the Cowboys will have to use third-string QB Clint Chelf, a junior who has 51 yards passing on the season.
Next game: at Oklahoma State, Saturday, 3:30 p.m. ET
He sat out last week's triple overtime loss to Texas Tech due to a foot injury and is questionable for this weekend's game against Oklahoma State. Freshman DE Devonte Fields has played very well on the other side of the line, but having Maponga would significantly improve the Horned Frogs' pass rush.
Next game: at Iowa State, Saturday, 7 p.m. ET
Morton has a groin injury and may not be able to play against Iowa State on Saturday. Baylor already has the nation's 118th-ranked pass defense, and losing Morton, a junior with considerable starting experience, won't help. He missed the Texas game last week, and the Longhorns rolled up 525 yards and 56 points in the game.
Big East Injury Report
DE Walter Stewart, Cincinnati, (upper body)
Next game: at No. 16 Louisville, Saturday, 8 p.m. ET (ESPN)
Stewart was a surprise late scratch last weekend against Toledo, and he will also be out for Friday's showdown against the Cardinals. There have been rumors floating that the injury may cost Stewart the season, but nothing official has been offered. Before the injury, Stewart led the Bearcats in sacks and tackles for loss.
LB Daniel Brown, Louisville, (undisclosed)
Next game: vs. Cincinnati, Friday, 8 p.m. ET (ESPN)
Brown, a starting linebacker on the Louisville defense, has missed the last three games with an undisclosed injury. Coach Charlie Strong said Monday that he would also be out Friday against Cincinnati. Brown's absence could be a significant loss against the Bearcats, who average 225 rushing yards per game, the 16th best mark in the country.
Next game: vs. Temple, Saturday, noon ET (Big East Network)
Coach Paul Chryst ruled Williams out for the Temple game Friday with an ACL issue, though he wasn't sure if Williams would be lost for the year. Fellow linebacker Shane Gordon, the Panthers' third leading tackler on the year, missed last week's game at Buffalo with a high-ankle sprain and is questionable to return on Saturday.
Next game: vs. Kent State, Saturday, 3:30 p.m. ET (ESPN3)
Federico has missed the last two games with a lingering hip injury, despite coach Kyle Flood saying that he would be available. Officially, Federico is questionable for Saturday's game against the Golden Flashes. In the two games he's missed, backup kicker Nick Borgese has made his only field goal attempt and hit seven of eight extra points.
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