New Mexico Vs. Nevada Injury Report

The biggest injury in this comes on the Nevada Wolfpack side is running back Mike Ball who is probable with an ankle injury. Ball is Nevada's leading rusher and if he is limited then the Nevada offense may not run as smooth.

These injuries are compiled by College Injury Report, you must register but it is a free site. Also, click on the team name to see the full list of injuries, what I have compiled are injuries suffered within the last week or people who are not listed as out with injuries suffered months ago.

Report is after the jump.

New Mexico:

Player Position Injury Status Notes
Brett Kennedy Defensive tackle Shoulder Questionable Kennedy has been limited by a strained shoulder and is questionable to play at Nevada.
Fatu Ulale Defensive tackle Knee Questionable Ulale suffered a knee injury in the week three game and the Lobos are hoping he will be available for Saturday at Nevada.
Kasey Carrier Running back Ankle Doubtful Carrier has yet to play this year due to a high ankle sprain and remains doubtful for Nevada.
Martize Barr Safety Arm Doubtful Barr broke his left forearm vs. New Mexico State and is sounding doubtful to be ready to play at Nevada.

 

Nevada:

Player Position Injury Status Notes
Mike Ball Running back Ankle Probable Ball missed the last game due to an ankle injury but is upgraded to probable for New Mexico. The junior leads the team with 397 rushing yards this year.
Anthony Martinez Kicker Questionable Hip Martinez missed the last two games due to a hip injury and is questionable to play New Mexico. RS freshman Allen Hardison has replaced Martinez for all kicking duties.
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