There are not a ton of recent injuries for either school. Colorado State does have a few players out for the year or are definitely out for the next few weeks, so those players are not listed on the list such as linebacker Mychal Sisson.
Same goes for Boise State who has had a few players who suffered season ending injuries back in August.
Below are injury reports for both schools. These are the most recent injury updates and are not including players who were injured back in August will not be listed. Also, these reports come from College Injury Report, you have to register to get all the details, but it is free.
Check the injuries after the jump.
|Thomas Byrd||Center||Doubtful||Knee||Byrd missed the last three games due to a knee injury and remains doubtful to play at Colorado State.|
|Dan Paul||Fullback||Doubtful||Groin||Paul has yet to play this year due to a groin injury and is doubtful to play at Colorado State|
|Chris Potter||Wide receiver||Questionable||Hamstring||Potter missed the last two games after suffering a hamstring injury in week four and is questionable to play at Colorado State|
|Jerrell Gavins||Cornerback||Out for the year||Knee||Gavins suffered a knee injury in practice and is expected to miss the remainder of the season.|
|Jake Broyles||Guard||Out for the year||Toe||Broyles missed the last game with a toe injury and is expected to miss the remainder of the season.|
|Nuku Latu||Defensive line||Questionable||Knee||Latu missed the last two games with a knee injury and is questionable for week seven|
|Brandon Hayes||Offensive line||Questionable||Knee||Hayes went down with a knee injury in the preseason and has yet to play this year.|
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