Current Injuries

  • Last updated: September 19, 2019
Current Injuries Table
Player Status Type Comment
D'Wan MathisOutHeadMathis had offseason surgery to remove a cyst from his brain, and there is no timetable for return.
Tommy BushOutHerniaBush is out of commission with a sports hernia, and there is no telling when he will get back in the lineup.
Kearis JacksonOutHandJackson will be out of the lineup for at least three to four weeks after suffering a broken hand.
Isaiah WilsonOutAnkleWilson is expected to spend an extended period on the sidelines with an ankle injury.
Tramel WalthourQuestionableLower BodyWalthour has been absent from the lineup in the last two contests due to a lower-body injury. His status against Notre Dame on Saturday is unknown.
DJ DanielQuestionableHamstringDaniel has a hamstring injury, and his status is in question for the matchup against Notre Dame on Saturday.
Owen CondonQuestionableLower BodyCondon sat out the last game due to a lower-body injury, and it is uncertain if he will face Notre Dame on Saturday.
Julian RochesterQuestionableKneeRochester has missed the last two contests while tending to a knee injury, and it is unclear if he will be available Saturday against Notre Dame.
Demetris RobertsonProbableHamstringRobertson was held out of the previous game due to a hamstring injury, but it is not expected to impede his status for Saturday's tilt against Notre Dame.
Tyson CampbellProbableFootCampbell exited the last contest with a right foot injury, but he is likely to face Notre Dame on Saturday.
Tyler SimmonsProbableShoulderSimmons was forced from the last game with a right shoulder injury. It is anticipated that he will face Notre Dame on Saturday.

Team Stats

  • Most values are per game averages
Team Stats Table
Passing Rushing Total Offense First Downs Penalties Turnovers
Split G Cmp Att Pct Yds TD Att Yds Avg TD Plays Yds Avg Pass Rush Pen Tot No. Yds Fum Int Tot


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