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Air Force Vs. San Diego State Injury Report

The Air Force Falcons have had a rash of injuries this year and there are currently four players who have updated statuses to their injuries. Three of them are starters. This does not include any players who are out for the year. The three injured starters are defensive end Ben Kopacka, center Michael Hester and linebacker Patrick Hennessey while the lone reserve being linebacker Ken Lamendola.

San Diego State has three players on the injury report in starting cornerback Leon McFadden, backup linebacker Rob Andrews and true freshman wide receiver Larry Clark.

Here is some more detailed information about the San Diego State and Air Force injuries:

San Diego State:
Player Position Status Injury Notes
Leon McFadden Cornerback Probable Head McFadden was held out of the second half of the last game due to head trauma but has already checked out okay. The junior is expected to play Thursday
Rob Andrews Linebacker Out Foot Andrews has a broken bone in his foot and is expected to miss at least six weeks of action, if not the remainder of the regular season.
Larry Clark Wide receiver Knee Knee Clark has yet to play this year due to a knee injury and is questionable to play at Air Force.


Air Force:

Player Position Status Injury Notes
Ben Kopacka Defensive end Questionable Shoulder Kopacka missed the last game with a shoulder injury.
Michael Hester Center Questionable Ankle Missed the Notre Dame game with an injured ankle and is questionable Thursday.
Ken Lamendola Linebacker Doubtful Hamstring Lamendola missed the last two games dealing with an injured hamstring and remains doubtful for Thursday
Patrick Hennessey Linebacker Probable Thumb Hennessey broke a bone at the base of his thumb during the week two TCU game and finally returned to action in week six at Notre Dame, albeit limited. Hennessey will likely play vs. San Diego State but will again be limited.

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