The Boston College football injury report for the NC State game on Saturday is about the same as it has been.
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NC State-Boston College Football Injury Report: BC Offense
Wide receiver Bobby Swigert is still out with a knee injury. He had been a very productive receiver for the Eagles, but we have not seen him on the field since 2012. As of the last time anyone asked, he was still hoping to make it back for part of the season, but it’s going to probably be a close call.
Junior wide receiver Harrison Jackson is out for the season, having torn his ACL following spring camp.
Sophomore wide receiver Drew Barksdale was out for the Colorado State game and had not been seen much at all in the earlier parts of the season. (Barksdale appeared in only the UMass game this season.) Just yesterday, he shared a social media post explaining why: he had hamstring surgery. This could cost him the whole year but I’m a blogger, not a doctor. His being on the depth chart on Monday was an apparent oversight.
Graduate offensive lineman Harris Williams has not played since the UMass game when he left with an ankle injury, and is not on the depth chart for NC State. The coaching staff has yet to explicitly say that Williams is done for the year.
NC State-Boston College Football Injury Report: BC Defense
Junior linebacker Tim Joy is out for the season with a knee injury suffered in training camp.
Senior defensive lineman Mehdi Abdesmad is also out for the season, as was announced earlier this week.