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  • #15699

    Hawkineer2
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    Any update on the injury situation?

    #15701
    RichH
    RichH
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    According to Groller this AM, Rugg and Short dont look good. Caslow was a shoulder. Bunch of Dr appts today,I’m guessing.

    #15703

    TheCobbler
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    Groeller also said Short & Rugg are outside LB’s and the team was 39-9 over the last 3 years so don’t put too much stock into what he says. He knows less about what’s going on with the team than we do on here. He’s a hack that shows up for 10 min of practice once every few weeks and claims to have a pulse on the LU program.

    #15704

    chipwho
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    Rugg out, Short/Caslow MRI today & Brandon continues his minor bruises…. Newton not a 100 percent… more as it develops.

    #15705
    RichH
    RichH
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    Tough luck for Shane his whole career w injuries. Tim getting doubled and pounded. Someone needs to step up. Not too optimistic for Short. Certainly not for this week. Gonn be a novel 2 deep.
    Thanks chip.

    #15706

    Miller
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    Timmys problem is that he has a motor that doesn’t stop until the whistle blows, a huge heart and a desire you can’t teach. Those type of players take their share of pounding, but will not give up. Reminds me of a SS from last season. Hope Caslow is not a tear, but I thought Kondas played well.

    #15707
    RichH
    RichH
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    Agree on Tim,still need to stop double teams. Do that he gets pounded w results. Kondas a very good ILB,with his own saga of injury. Still think he and Colt iside ,Robb and Ripanti best set we can field. Sadly w/o a fix for DL wont help as much as it should. Some are laying the problem on bad D recruiting the last couple of yrs.Certainly wish it was better on DL. Out of all thosd bodies you’d think we could fashion an adequate DL.Think ,az I have last 2 yrs that we have talent for a 4 man.

    #15708

    Miller
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    As far as DL recruiting (day dreaming here)…………..Sajjad came in as a 250lb freshman and left as a 290lb beast. If we can find a player similar it would still take a couple years to become that beast. I really like what many have suggested about an O lineman moving over. If so, we are 5 months away from that change.

    #15709
    RichH
    RichH
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    Yeah,Andy unlikely to make such an experiment before Spring. At this point hoping we come out of OOC 2-3.

    #15710

    lfnadmin
    Keymaster

    We will know tomorrow or Wednesday. Rugg out is big. Caslow out would be bigger. Here’s hoping he’s not in too bad shape.

    #15711
    RichH
    RichH
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    IIR,CC is a shoulder. Even if not serious,doubt he plays Sat. Bye week,then a real game.

    #15721
    RichH
    RichH
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    Short, torn Meniscus and ACL. Out for the year. Tough for kd. Rehab is not easy from this. At least 6-9 months.

    #15725
    ngineer
    ngineer
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    Wow. Big loss. Hopefully the #2 center is able to step up. Very tough position to fill with the responsibility for calling the blocking schemes.

    #15739
    sundayamqb
    sundayamqb
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    Does it seem to you that this year in football — NFL, too — there are more injuries than ever before? Seems like LU has been hit pretty badly. And think of the guys hurt in the spring, during camp …

    Maybe it’s just me.

    #15742
    RichH
    RichH
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    No,not jyst you. Training camp last yr was bad . This year not o mych. A lot of hamstrings. Kelsey in particular. In season,it has been overwhelming almost. Dont recall ever having OL so decimated.
    Past years QBs injuries were the story.

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