Injury/Suspension Report - Week 13
Alabama Crimson Tide
The Tide enter the Iron Bowl fairly banged up. RB T.J. Yeldon (foot) will be probable for the Iron Bowl as will RB Eddy Lacey (hand). WR Kevin Norwood is questionable for the game with an undisclosed injury. DB John Fulton (toe) also looks to be questionable. Lost for the year are the following: RB Jalston Fowler (knee), RB Dee Hart (knee), WR DeAndrew White (knee), DB Jarrick Williams (knee), and finally, WR Chris Black (shoulder). There are no suspensions to report for the Tide.
The Razorbacks take on the LSU Tigers this weekend. They too are also pretty well banged up and have a couple of suspensions to deal with. S Rohan Gaines (head) is probable for the game. TE Chris Gragg (knee) is doubtful to play. Lost for the season are: LB Alonzo Highsmith (foot), DE Tenarious Wright (shoulder), RB Cody Walker (leg), and finally, FB Kiero (foot). Suspended are: QB Brandon Mitchell (team rules) and LB Terrell Williams (DWI).
The Tigers head into the Iron Bowl being quite healthy. DB Enrique Florence is questionable for the Iron Bowl with an undisclosed injury. OL Avery Young (undisclosed) and TE Phillip Luztenkirchen (hip) remain lost for the season with their respective injuries. There are no suspensions to report for the Tigers.
With an out-of-conference foe looming, in Florida State, the Gators march into this game banged up pretty well, but with some good news. QB Jeff Driskell (ankle) is probable for the game. Questionable are: OL Ian Silberman (shoulder), DB De'Ante Saunders (knee), RB Mack Brown (undisclosed), WR Andre Debose (leg), and DL Leon Orr (illness). Lost for the year are: WR Michael McNeeley (foot), DE Robert Powell (knee), WR Soloman Patton (arm), DB Cody Riggs (foot), LS Drew Farris (collarbone), and OL Matt Patchan (pectoral). There are no suspensions to report for the Gators.
The UGA Dawgs take on the Ramblin Wreck from Georgia Tech this weekend, a series that UGA has dominated as of late. S Baccario Rambo (shin) is probable to play in the game. FB Merritt Hall (ankle) and G Chris Burnette (shoulder) are questionable. WR Marlon Brown (knee), LB Chase Vasser (shoulder), DE Abry Jones (ankle), LB Sterling Bailey (thumb), LB Brandon Burrows (hand), and WR Michael Bennett (knee) are all lost for the season. T Kolton Houston remains ineligible to play for having used a banned substance.
UK takes on Tennessee this weekend. WR E.J. Fields (ribs) and LB Jabari Johnson (hamstring) are both questionable for the game. Lost for the year are the following Wildcats: S Ashley Lowery (finger), LB Pancho Thomas (wrist), S Dakotah Taylor (knee), QB Maxwell Smith (ankle), ATH CoShik Williams (hip), and ATH Josh Clemons (knee). TE Anthoney Kendrick and CB Marcus Caffey are both academically ineligible to play.
LSU takes on Arkansas this weekend. The Tigers remain banged up, as they have for most of the year. LB Kwon Alexander (ankle) is probable to play this weekend. LB Luke Muncie (stomach virus) is doubtful to play. Lost for the year with injury are the following Tigers: RB Alfred Blue (knee), DE Jordan Allen (knee), WR Travin Dural (knee), and T Chris Faulk (knee). Out indefinitely with injury are both G Josh Willieford (concussion) and T Alex Hurst (personal). Suspended for being academically ineligible are the following Tigers: TE Tyler Edwards, LB D.J. Welter, OL Evan Washington, and LB Tahj Jones.
Ole Miss Rebels
The Rebels have taken on several new injuries in recent games. Heading into the Egg Bowl, there are six injuries to note. DE Carlos Thompson (shoulder), RB Charlie Scott (undisclosed), DB Wesley Pendleton (ankle), and LB Aaron Garbutt (flu) are all questionable to play against Mississippi State. WR Collins Moore (shoulder) and LB D.T. Shackleford (knee) remain lost for the year. There are no injuries to report for the Rebels.
Mississippi State Bulldogs
Mississippi State heads to Oxford to take on Ole Miss in the Egg Bowl this weekend, and have one injury to note; LB Ferlando Bohanna (groin) looks to be probable to play against the Rebels.
The Tigers from Missouri take on Texas A&M this weekend at College Station. All injuries to report for Missouri are either out indefinitely or lost for the year, with no suspensions to report. OL Jack Meiners (knee) and WR Wesley Leftwich (foot) are both out indefinitely with their injuries. Lost for the year are OL Justin Britt (knee), OL Travis Ruth (tricep), OL Taylor Chappell (knee) and finally, RB Henry Josey (knee).
South Carolina Gamecocks
The Gamecocks take on Clemons this weekend. WR Bruce Ellington (hand) and QB Connor Shaw (foot) are both probable to play against the Tigers of Clemson. Questionable are WR DeAngelo Smith (concussion), DE Jadeveon Clowney (foot), and S Sharrod Golightly (hamstring). Those who are out indefinitely include RB Brandon Wilds (ankle) and RB Shon Carson (wrist). Lost for the year with injuries are the following: RB Marcus Lattimore (leg/knee) and T Mike Matulis (shoulder). There are no suspensions to report for the Gamecocks.
The Vols come off a rough week last week, losing to Vanderbilt and losing former HC Derek Dooley. They now take on the Kentucky Wildcats in a game that could decide if UT goes winless in SEC play for the first time since FDR or not. DL Treverriss Saulsberry (knee) is questionable to play. Lost for the year with injuries are LB Curt Maggitt (knee), DB Brian Rudolph (knee) and PK George Bullock (leg). Suspended are DB Deion Bonner and DL Omari Phillips for criticizing former Vols HC Derek Dooley on Facebook.
Texas A&M Aggies
The Aggies take on Missouri this weekend, with little to report. OL Shep Klinke (knee) is lost for the year with injury, while RB Christine Michael will be suspended for throwing a punch last weekend, and RB Brandon Williams having been declared ineligible to play before the season started.
The Commodores take on Wake Forest this weekend, looking to improve their bowl status. Both PK Carey Spear (head) and WR Jaquise Kirk (ankle) are questionable to play. C Spencer Pulley is dealing with an undisclosed injury and is out indefinitely, while OL Carey McCoy (back) is lost for the year.