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I think there’s definitely more guys that are hurt, but I think there’s a lot more, it’s just a guy got nicked up and might miss a week or a guy got nicked up and we want to give him some time to rest during practice so he might have a chance to play.So, yeah, there’s a little more guys maybe hurt, but I think the long-term injuries that we’ve maybe had in the past — not even just last year but in the years previous — where we’ve had guys that are out for six, eight (weeks), the season, kind of injuries, now it’s guys that are out for a week, comes right back in.
While no college football fans are going to storm the field in celebration of a lack of injuries, the 2016 Cowboys’ ability to keep key players on the field allowed them to enjoy a Mountain Division championship season.
Bohl expects to get senior left guard Ryan Cummings back from a concussion, though right guard Kaden Jackson remains sidelined by a knee injury.“He’s the lone senior (on the offensive line),” quarterback Josh Allen, who has been dinged but not sidelined by injuries this season, said of Cummings. He’s a vocal leader on offense, and especially within that linemen group.“Not having K. and Ryan, it’s a big jump, but having one of those guys and having the senior, it’s big for our confidence. Overall, though, the Cowboys’ offense avoided the injuries that had nagged them the season before.“Sometimes you need a stroke of luck, and last year, our key guys from a playmaking position really didn’t miss any time at all,” offensive coordinator Brent Vigen said.
It’s big for how we execute things and big for just how well they mesh together up front and he’s one of our best lineman, our best players, and it’s always good to have him back.”Cummings, then a right tackle, was one of Wyoming’s starters who did suffer substantial injuries later in the 2016 season, as did senior nose tackle Chase Appleby and senior linebacker D. “And yeah, when Ryan went down, it was a little bit worrisome, but we were able to work through that.
Other than a season-ending injury to defensive end Carl Granderson, last year’s Pokes were not plagued by many injuries to starters early in the season. At various points this fall, Wyoming has had to endure injuries to its starting left guard, starting right guard, starting nose tackle, a starting wide receiver and tight end, a pair of defensive end co-starters, a starting safety, its starting long snapper, its backup long snapper and fullback, a member of its cornerback rotation and numerous players further down the depth chart.“...
Injuries do come into play and whichever way the ball bounces.
He joined the Star-Tribune in 2016 after graduating from the University of Missouri and covering Mizzou athletics for two years.