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Markell Pack is in concussion protocol this week, Jim Holder of WTVA Tupelo-Columbus reports.

Van Jefferson (elbow) will be out Saturday against Texas A&M and is unlikely to play the following Thursday against Mississippi State, Brian Scott Rippee of Ole Miss's official athletic site reports.

Max Bortenschlager (shoulder) should be ready to start Saturday at Michigan State, Don Markus of The Baltimore Sun reports.

There has been no word on Malik Turner's (undisclosed) status for Saturday's trip to Ohio State, Matt Gertsmeier of The State Journal-Register reports.

Coach Jeff Brohm said "we'll see" when asked about Richie Worship's (undisclosed) availability for Saturday's game against Iowa, Mike Carmin of Lafayette Journal & Courier reports.

C.J. Carroll (foot) is questionable to play Saturday against Pittsburgh, Andy Bitter of The Roanoke Times reports.

Drake Deluliis (leg) is listed as questionable against Pittsburgh on Saturday, Andy Bitter of The Roanoke Times reports.

Steven Peoples (foot) is questionable to play Saturday against Pittsburgh, Andy Bitter of The Roanoke Times reports.

David Pindell will be the starting quarterback for the rest of the season, Jim Fuller of the New Haven Register reports.

Bryant Shirreffs (concussion) is out for the rest of the season, Jim Fuller of the New Haven Register reports.

KJ Hall (undisclosed) will likely be back this week to play Saturday against Massachusetts, Jay Drew of The Salt Lake Tribune reports.

Mason Petrino will start at quarterback against Coastal Carolina on Saturday, Dyuce Woodson of KLEW Sports reports.

Matt Linehan (hand) has been ruled out for Saturday's game against Coastal Carolina, Joshua Grissom of the Moscow-Pullman Daily News reports.

Justin Herbert (collarbone) is expected to start Saturday against Arizona, freelance college football reporter Brett McMurphy reports.

Braxton Burmeister will return to the bench against Arizona in favor of Justin Herbert, college football insider Brett McMurphy reports.

Logan Woodside went 13-for-18 for 232 yards and two touchdowns against Bowling Green on Wednesday night.

Diontae Johnson had three catches for 75 yards and a touchdown against Bowling Green on Wednesday night.

Terry Swanson had 23 carries for 192 yards, along with one reception, Wednesday night against Bowling Green.

Shakif Seymour had 12 carries for 67 yards and five touchdowns, with two catches for 30 yards, Wednesday night against Bowling Green.

Art Thompkins had nine carries for 114 yards, including an 88-yard touchdown run, with one catch for five yards Wednesday night against Bowling Green.