- *Wide receiver Malcolm Culmer (11/29, ankle) is doubtful for
Saturday's game against NC State. *Linebacker Cole Farrand (11/29, shoulder)
is questionable for Saturday's game against NC State. *Linebacker Alex Twine
(11/29, ankle) is expected to miss Saturday's game against NC State. Tackle
Moise Larose (11/25, foot) is questionable for Saturday's game against NC
State. Tackle Mike Madaras (10/30, personal) has left the team. Kicker Adam
Greene (11/25, quadriceps) is questionable for Saturday's game against NC
State. Wide receiver Tyrek Cheeseboro (11/9, concussion) will miss the
remainder of the season. Wide receiver Stefon Diggs (10/20, fibula) will miss
the remainder of the season. Wide receiver Deon Long (10/20, tibia/fibula)
will miss the remainder of the season. *Wide receiver DeAndre Lane (11/29,
hamstring) will miss Saturday's game against NC State. Linebacker Yannick
Cudjoe-Virgil (10/16, pectoral) will miss the remainder of the season.
Defensive lineman Mike Minter (10/4, knee) will miss the remainder of the
season. Cornerback Dexter McDougle (9/16, shoulder) will miss the remainder
of the season. *Cornerback Jeremiah Johnson (11/29, toe) is questionable for
Saturday's game against NC State. Quarterback Perry Hills (8/30, knee) is out
indefinitely. Defensive tackle Ty Tucker (8/19, knee) will miss the entire
season. Linebacker Marc Rodriguez (11/25, hamstring) is questionable for
Saturday's game against NC State. Tackle JaJuan Dulaney (8/19, knee surgery)
will miss the entire season. Defensive tackle Kingsley Opara (8/29, shoulder)
will miss the entire season. Long snapper Christian Carpenter (11/25, knee)
is questionable for Saturday's game against NC State. Safety Milan Collins
(8/17, ankle) will miss the entire season.
Atlantic Coast Standings (Conference Record)
Sep 1 - W vs. William & Mary, 7-6
Sep 8 - W at Temple, 36-27
Sep 15 - L vs. Connecticut, 21-24
Sep 22 - L at West Virginia, 21-31
Oct 6 - W vs. Wake Forest, 19-14
Oct 13 - W at Virginia, 27-20
Oct 20 - L vs. NC State, 18-20
Oct 27 - L at Boston College, 17-20
Nov 3 - L vs. Georgia Tech, 13-33
Nov 10 - L at Clemson, 10-45
Nov 17 - L vs. Florida State, 14-41
Nov 24 - L at North Carolina, 38-45
Aug 31 - W vs. FIU, 43-10
Sep 7 - W vs. Old Dominion, 47-10
Sep 14 - W at Connecticut, 32-21
Sep 21 - W vs. West Virginia, 37-0
Sep 28 - Open
Oct 5 - L at Florida State, 0-63
Oct 12 - W vs. Virginia, 27-26
Oct 19 - L at Wake Forest, 10-34
Oct 26 - L vs. Clemson, 27-40
Nov 2 - Open
Nov 9 - L vs. Syracuse, 3-20
Nov 16 - W at Virginia Tech, 27-24 OT
Nov 23 - L vs. Boston College, 26-29
Nov 30 - W at NC State, 41-21
Dec 7 - Open
Dec 14 - Open
Dec 27 - vs. Marshall, 2:30 PM ET1:30 PM CT12:30 PM MT11:30 AM PT7:30 PM GMT
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