San Diego State redshirt-junior linebacker Jake Fely broke his wrist Saturday at Boise State and will miss the rest of the season, according to the U-T San Diego's Tod Leonard.
Rocky Long says LB Jake Fely broke his wrist Saturday and is gone for the rest of the season. That's brutal. Adds to his litany of injuries.— Tod Leonard (@sdutleonard) November 17, 2014
Fely's game in Boise was just his third time back on the field after sitting on the sidelines for 16 straight games after sustaining a season-ending injury in SDSU's fourth game last year.
The linebacker's SDSU career has been absolutely plagued with injuries: a broken wrist, a slipped neck disk, a broken foot and a lacerated liver.
In Fely's time at SDSU he has suffered lacerated liver, broken foot, slipped neck disk and now this. Long: "I feel terrible for him."— Tod Leonard (@sdutleonard) November 17, 2014
Fely has already been granted a sixth year of eligibility and will be able to play one more season on Montezuma Mesa if he so chooses.
In his three games this season, Fely recorded 12 tackles -- one tackle for loss -- and a pass break-up.
The Aztecs host the Air Force Falcons next Friday at 6:30 p.m.