College football is now in season. With the more weeks that go on, more news and notes will be put together. Here are some of the things happening around the sport of college football heading into week 3.
Terry Wilson out for the Year with Knee Injury
Full update on Terry Wilson pic.twitter.com/ACyK5GuXRM
— Kentucky Football (@UKFootball) September 8, 2019
Kentucky quarterback Terry Wilson is out for the season with a torn Patellar Tendon in his left knee. The injury happened in the third quarter against Eastern Michigan, a game which Kentucky won 38-17. Wilson was 12-3 in his first 15 starts at the school. As a junior, he will have at least one year of eligibility left.
Junior Sawyer Smith will take over for Kentucky. He was 5/9 for 76 yards with two touchdowns in relief of Wilson against Eastern Michigan. He started his career at Troy, where he threw for 1,850 yards, 15 touchdowns and seven interceptions.
Kentucky plays Florida this Saturday.
South Carolina’s Jake Bentley Officially out for the Year
After being out indefinitely last week, Jake Bentley is now out for the season with an injured foot. He will now have to decide to return for another season, turn pro or transfer if Ryan Hilinski impresses over his time starting the rest of this season at South Carolina.
Arkansas State’s Blake Anderson has Returned to the Team
👀 Look who walked in‼️#WolvesUp | #NOW pic.twitter.com/YGHmmEY7r7
— Arkansas State Football (@AStateFB) September 8, 2019
After missing the start of the season to be with his wife who passed away due to cancer, Blake Anderson has rejoined Arkansas State.
Jashaun Corbin Out for Season
Jashaun Corbin, Texas A&M's top running back, is out for the year after injuring his hamstring vs. Clemson: https://t.co/31iBaEXHpI pic.twitter.com/08oAwagrUt
— Yahoo Sports College Football (@YahooSportsCFB) September 9, 2019
The Aggies will be without their starting running back Jashaun Corbin for the year. Corbin injured his hamstring this weekend against Clemson.
Stanford Gives Updates on Injuries
Shaw on this week's personnel updates:
"K.J. Costello will be back this week. Walker Little will have season-ending surgery. Ricky Miezan will be out for an extended period of time. Foster Sarell and Jacob Mangum-Farrar are doubtful."#GoStanford
— Stanford Football (@StanfordFball) September 10, 2019
Starting quarterback K.J. Costello will return this week after missing last season. The left tackle Walker Little is now out for the season. Both have NFL aspirations.
Other News and Notes
- New Mexico State has added future games at Wisconsin (2022) and Auburn (2023) (Via Brett McMurphy)
- USC’s AD Lynn Swann has resigned.
- Wake Forest and North Carolina will play one of two nonconference matchups the schools scheduled this week. The other is in 2021.
- Notre Dame running back Jahmir Smith will play through a sprained toe. With Smith being injured and Jafar Armstrong being out, Avery Davis will switch back to running back from cornerback.
- LSU coach Ed Orgeron told the press that Texas did not have any A/C in the visitor’s locker room. The Tigers came prepared with fans after talking to Louisiana Tech. Texas has denied any allegations about the A/C not working.
- Marshall running back Tyler King has been dismissed from the team for a violation of team rules.
- Florida State transfer Xavier Peters has been ruled immediately eligible to play for Kentucky.
- T. Boone Pickens, an Oklahoma State booster who has the stadium named after him, has passed away at the age of 91.
- Tennessee cornerback Bryce Thompson has been allowed to return to practice following an arrest for a domestic dispute before the season. He may not play this week against Chattanooga.
- Purdue linebacker Markus Bailey will miss the rest of the season with a knee injury.
This will be updated up until week 3 kicks off!
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