If the Fresno State Bulldogs are going to beat the Nevada Wolf Pack and stay in the hunt in the West Division title they will have to do so without starting running back Marteze Waller. Waller entered the game with a sore shoulder and ended up starting the game, but he left the game as he reinjured that shoulder.
Update from @LorenzoNeal: Waller is out for the rest of the game.— 940ESPN (@940ESPN) November 23, 2014
Waller leaving the field pic.twitter.com/clYJJ2T1w9— Amy Gill (@amygillsports) November 23, 2014
Waller is known for wanting to bring the contact and that is what he did when he hurt his shoulder. The injury occurred in the first quarter and when he left, Waller rushed the ball for 46 yards on six carries. His dominance was on the ground will be missed.
In his place will be Josh Quezada who in Waller's place has rushed for just 22 yards on eight carries, but he also caught the ball five times for 33 yards.
The game is extremely close at the half with Fresno State holding a 28-20 lead.