Week 14 College Football Injury Report: Latest News and Updates

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Week 14 College Football Injury Report: Latest News and Updates
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Week 14 of college football has arrived, and it's time to update you on the top headline-worthy injuries around the NCAA.

Many players deal with bumps and bruises this late in the season, so read on for the latest injury news, and stay updated on your favorite players.

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Brennan Clay, RB, Oklahoma Sooners

Status: Probable

Despite suffering a leg injury in Week 13, Oklahoma Sooners No. 2 running back and change-of-pace runner Brennan Clay will likely play Saturday against TCU, according to the USA Today.

With 77 rushing attempts for 464 yards and six touchdowns, Clay gives the Sooners serious speed out of the backfield that helps keep the opponents’ defense honest and opens up windows for the Oklahoma passing attack.

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David Ash, QB, Texas Longhorns

Status: Questionable

According to sports journalist Holly Rowe, David Ash (ribs) has been cleared to play this week against the Kansas State Wildcats, but the veteran QB remains questionable for the game:

If the team decides he isn’t ready to play, junior Case McCoy will get the start.

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E.J. Manuel, QB, Florida State Seminoles

Status: Probable

After taking a helmet-to-helmet hit against the Florida Gators last week and being cleared of a concussion, veteran Florida State Seminoles QB E.J. Manuel has been listed as probable to play Saturday against Georgia Tech, according to the USA Today.

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Kenny Bell, WR, Nebraska Cornhuskers

Status: Probable

Nebraska Cornhuskers leading wide receiver Kenny Bell (neck) is probable for Saturday’s Big Ten Championship game against the Wisconsin Badgers, according to the USA Today.

Bell suffered a neck injury in Week 13 but is expected to be a full participant Saturday.

Check back for more on the NCAA Football as it comes, and don’t miss Bleacher Report’s College Football page to get your fill of college football.

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