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North Carolina freshman WR Antoine Green (leg) wrote to social media that he will not play again this season.

Green (6'3/195) sustained a scary leg injury while blocking downfield for Jordan Brown in the third quarter of Saturday's double-overtime loss to Syracuse. Brown and Syracuse's Kingsley Johnson got tangled up with the freshman wideout, who was subsequently carted off the field for a potential break in his ankle or leg. He was spotted on campus Monday with his foot in a cast. The four-star freshman finishes his inaugural campaign of collegiate ball having caught four passes for 45 yards.
Oct 23 - 3:54 PM

With Tulsa redshirt sophomore QB Luke Skipper (undisclosed) unlikely to return this season, redshirt freshman Seth Boomer could have an opportunity to finish out the year as starter.

Boomer (6'3/205) has started the last three games in place of Skipper, to mostly negative effect. He threw for 227 yards, a touchdown and an interception against Houston on Oct. 3, but has been held to a combined 206 passing yards by USF and Arkansas over the past two games. We'll see how long Montgomery and staff roll with him, here. Chad President is the team's other option at quarterback with Skipper out. Tulsa will tango with Tulane this coming weekend.
Oct 23 - 3:42 PM

Tulsa HC Philip Montgomery said that redshirt sophomore QB Luke Skipper (undisclosed) will likely miss the remainder of the season.

Skipper (6'2/211) last saw the field against Temple, on Sept. 22. He has missed each of the last three games, with redshirt freshman Seth Boomer starting in his place for that trio of contests. Looks like it'll be Boomer from here on out, now, with Chad President serving backup duty. Prior to going down injured, Skipper had thrown for a meager 716 yards (58.6-percent completions) with a 4/6 TD/INT ratio.
Oct 23 - 3:29 PM

South Carolina redshirt junior RB A.J. Turner (concussion) is expected to be available for Saturday's game against Tennessee.

Turner (5'10/195) sustained a head injury against Missouri on Oct. 6 and subsequently sat against Texas A&M the following weekend. A well-timed bye week afforded him extra time to rest up. We'll continue to monitor his progress in the leadup to Saturday's date with Tennessee, but at this juncture, looks like he should be a go.
Oct 23 - 2:56 PM

Miami freshman RB Lorenzo Lingard (knee) will undergo surgery.

Lingard (6'0/195) injured his left knee in practice on Monday. The exact nature of his knee injury is not public knowledge, but it should be noted that the team has not yet ruled him out for the campaign. Miami's statement on the surgery indicated that a recovery timetable would be formulated following the procedure. The five-star freshman has already played in six games, so out of luck on a redshirt, here, barring a medical hardship waiver or the like. Lingard has flashed for 136 yards and a pair of touchdowns on just 17 carries this season, but has not received a touch since Sept. 22. Count it as a depth blow for the Hurricanes. Travis Homer and DeeJay Dallas have been working as Miami's top two backs this year, and will continue to do so moving forward.
Oct 23 - 2:41 PM

Maryland sophomore WR DJ Turner (undisclosed) has been ruled out for Saturday's game against Illinois.

Turner (5'9/203) is now set to miss his third consecutive game. He did not even travel with the team for Saturday's loss to Iowa. The hope here is that the sophomore wideout will be able to return against Michigan State the following weekend. He's currently sitting on a 13-159-1 receiving line.
Oct 23 - 2:32 PM
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