The college football season is here. Every week, different news and notes will pop up, which will affect what happens on the field and off it. Here are the college football week 4 news and notes.
Tim Lester Tests Positive for COVID
Western Michigan coach Tim Lester tests positive for COVID & will not coach Saturday’s game vs. San Jose State. Lester said he is “fully vaccinated”
— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) September 21, 2021
Western Michigan coach Tim Lester has tested positive for COVID and will not coach against San Jose State on Saturday.
UCF Faces Tough Injuries
BREAKING: UCF QB Dillon Gabriel reveals that he fractured his clavicle. There is no timetable on his return. pic.twitter.com/AOPDnxfyOR
— PFF College (@PFF_College) September 18, 2021
UCF will be without starting quarterback Dillon Gabriel for an unspecified amount of time because of a broken clavicle. Mikey Keene is set to start in his place. Running back Isaiah Bowser is week to week with a knee injury as well.
David Bell Status is Uncertain
David Bell left the game against Notre Dame to go into concussion protocol. His status for Saturday is unknown.
Other News and Notes
- Clemson running back Lyn-J Dixon has entered the transfer portal.
- UTEP will wear Texas Western throwback uniforms this week against New Mexico.
- Rutgers corners Max Melton and Chris Long are suspended for an incident involving a paintball gun.
- Clemson defensive tackle Tyler Davis is out for seven to eight weeks with a torn bicep.
- Miami quarterback D’Eriq King is questionable for Saturday’s game against Central Connecticut with a shoulder injury.
- LSU defensive end Andre Anthony, who has 3.5 sacks, is out for the season with a knee injury.
- Utah quarterback Charlie Brewer has left the program after getting benched against San Diego State.
This will be updated up until Saturday!
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