CFB Injuries & Updates – Tues. November 24

In Tuesday news Utah QB Cameron Rising was shared to be out for the season after a shoulder injury early in the game Saturday night. South Carolina and Kansas State are among teams with announced QB battles. Georgia Southern RB Wesley Kennedy was suspended indefinitely after a recent arrest and South Florida RB Johnny Ford is no longer part of the team. South Carolina WR Shi Smith is doubtful in concussion protocol and Rice WR Austin Trammell will be a gametime decision.

Injuries & Updates from November 24:


  • Jalon Daniels, Kansas – practiced last week and sounds expected to play after ankle injury in last game
  • Cade Fortin, South Florida – practicing but not yet cleared
  • Kansas State – QB1 Will Howard or Nick Ast
  • Cade McNamara, Michigan – one of his teammates said he expects McNamara to start, do with that what you will
  • Cameron Rising, Utah – done for the season after shoulder injury last weekend
  • Shawn Robinson, Missouri – backup is still unavailable this week
  • South Carolina – Luke Doty & Collin Hill splitting practice reps


  • Tank Bigsby, Auburn – remains questionable
  • Christopher Brown, Cal – has a chance to play Friday
  • Stephen Carr, USC – practiced yesterday
  • Re’Mahn Davis, Temple – announces he will transfer to Vanderbilt
  • Johnny Ford, South Florida – no longer on the roster
  • Wesley Kennedy, Georgia Southern – suspended indefinitely after being arrested
  • Markese Stepp, USC – practiced yesterday

WRs & TEs:

  • Dakereon Joyner, South Carolina – practiced but limited
  • Malik Knowles, Kansas State – back in the lineup this week
  • Elijah Lilly, New Mexico – announces transfer to Idaho
  • TE Nick Muse, South Carolina – didn’t practice today but is hopeful for Saturday
  • Corey Reed, Louisville – opts out of the rest of the season
  • Shi Smith, South Carolina – doubtful this weekend
  • Austin Trammell, Rice – has not practiced this week, will be a GTD