Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Report: South Florida's leading rusher may be out for the year

The Tampa Tribune is reporting that South Florida's leading rusher Lindsey Lamar could be out for the season after injuring his clavicle in the fourth quarter of last week's loss to Syracuse.

Lamar was averaged 7.2 yards per carry and had 475 yards on 66 carries for the Bulls. Lamar also had three of South Florida's 14 touchdown receptions.

The Tribune story quoted USF coach Skip Holtz  as saying he does not expect to have the services of receiver Derrick Hopkins (who is third on the team with 19 receptions and 278 receiving yards), starting offensive right guard Danous Estenor and tight end Evan Landi (9 catches for 121 yards) for Saturday's game against UConn. If all three miss the game, the Bulls will be without players accounting for nearly 30 percent of their receiving yards this season.


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