Brennan Armstrong missed Week 3 with a left foot injury and has been listed as day-to-day but will drop to No. 3 on the depth chart behind starter Bryce Perkins and now backup Lindell Stone, Brad Franklin of CavsCorner.com reports.
Michael Bollinger suffered a broken leg in the first half against Buffalo and will undergo surgery Monday to have a plate inserted, Damien Sordelett of The Lynchburg News & Advance reports.
Cole Kmet (collarbone) has been cleared from his injury and will play Saturday night against Georgia, Pete Sampson of The Athletic reports.
Brandon Wimbush (undisclosed) ran once for a two-yard loss and didn't attempt any passes Saturday in Central Florida's 45-27 loss to Stanford.
Jaylen Erwin left the game early against Oklahoma with a wrist injury but it is not supposed to keep him out long-term, Ben Bolch of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Nakia Griffin-Stewart has replaced Will Gragg as the Panthers' starting tight end in Week 4, Craig Meyer of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
A.J. Davis was listed as the starting running back on the team's released depth chart Monday with Vincent Davis and V'Lique Carter behind him, Craig Meyer of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
Miami coach Manny Diaz said Monday that Bubba Bolden will be available to make his season debut this weekend versus Central Michigan, Susan Miller Degnan of the Miami Herald reports.
Micah Leon had shoulder surgery last week and will miss the rest of the season, Alex Putterman of the Hartford Courant reports.
Head Coach Mack Brown stated that he'd like to play Jace Ruder in every game moving forward, Jonathan M. Alexander of The Raleigh News & Observer reports.
Corey Sutton (suspension) is ready to roll this week and will be suiting up for the first time all season as the Mountaineers take on North Carolina on Saturday, Ethan Joyce of the Winston-Salem Journal reports.
Carl Tucker (lower-body) was deemed as questionable Monday for the team's upcoming game against Appalachian State on Saturday, Brant Wilkerson-New of the Winston-Salem Journal reports.
Luke Benzschawel (knee) was listed as out Monday on the Badgers' preliminary injury report heading into this week's matchup against Michigan, Jesse Temple of The Athletic reports.
Brian Cobbs had one reception for 22 yards in Maryland's 20-17 loss to Temple on Saturday.
Carlos Carriere had three receptions for 35 yards in Maryland's 20-17 loss to Temple on Saturday.
Chigoziem Okonkwo had four catches for 37 yards in Maryland's 20-17 loss to Temple on Saturday.
Dontay Demus caught three passes for 42 yards in Maryland's 20-17 loss to Temple on Saturday.
Javon Leake carried the ball eight times for 57 yards in Maryland's 20-17 loss to Temple on Saturday.
Anthony McFarland ran the ball 26 times for 132 yards and a touchdown in Maryland's 20-17 loss to Temple on Saturday.
Josh Jackson went 15-for-38 for 183 yards with a touchdown and an interception in Maryland 20-17 loss to Temple on Saturday.