Monday, October 25, 2010

Costly injury

While most of what happened in Saturday night's 38-7 win over Air Force was positive, the first-quarter injury to starting nose tackle Kelly Griffin turned out to be a broken ankle, which will likely sideline the senior for the rest of the season. The Sunday article in the Star-Telegram mentioned that Griffin might have a chance to return for the bowl game, but in the meantime sophomore Jeremy Coleman will have to pick up the slack.

3 comments:

Texas Hammer said...

Coleman did a great job on Saturday night and I don't anticipate any sort of downfall without Griffin.

Griffin could really fill a hole but Coleman looks to be much more athletic.

Only time will tell...

shortnkerley's said...

Man, I really hate the whole cut blocking on every play thing. I don't know how it's legal, because i can guarantee that that kind of blocking causes more season ending injuries than anything in football. Why is it legal to dive at knees?

WhaleBurger said...

because its Air Force and calling penalties on them equals hating america