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Injury Report: Arkansas State

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The Hurricanes are no longer injury-free.

Coley in the season opener against Louisville.
Coley in the season opener against Louisville.
Andy Lyons

Many Hurricane fans are still reeling from the heartbreaking defeat that the 'Canes suffered to the Louisville Cardinals to start the season.

On the other hand, the team seems to have moved past it and looks to improve their record Saturday against Arkansas State.

After being held out of practice this week, because of a shoulder injury, standout receiver Stacy Coley will not be active. His play making ability on both offense and special teams will be sorely missed. Coley's injury could result in freshman receiver Braxton Berrios getting reps as a punt returner.

Defensive end Al-Quadin Muhammad has yet to play this season due to a private issue, and it does not look like he will be active for this week's game either. Although he has not been active this season, he has been practicing. After a freshman season that showed potential, he intended to be a heavy contributor this season. Now that he is missing his third game, one must think he could be a redshirt candidate.

Quarterback Kevin Olsen was suspended coming into the season, but his ban is over with, and he will be active this weekend.

Defensive back Rayshawn Jenkins and wide receiver Rashawn Scott are both out for the game, with Jenkins already being declared out for the season.

Nothing new to report on QB Ryan Williams either.  He remains out for this contest.  If he is upgraded at any point in the near future, we will be sure to update.

Here is the official University of Miami football injury report heading into Saturday’s game against Arkansas State:

Out:

Stacy Coley-Upper Extremity

Rashawn Scott-Upper Extremity

Surgery/Out for the season:

Rayshawn Jenkins-Lower Extremity