Wis­con­sin NT Sa­gapolu out; QB Horni­brook ques­tion­able

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Wis­con­sin stand­out nose tackle Olive Sa­gapolu will miss the rest of the sea­son with a right arm in­jury, while quar­ter­back Alex Horni­brook re­mains ques­tion­able for the game at No. 21 Penn State on Satur­day.

Coach Paul Chryst says Sa­gapolu had surgery on Wed­nes­day af­ter get­ting hurt two weeks ago against North­west­ern.

The 6-foot-2 Sa­gapolu reg­u­larly drew dou­ble teams that helped free up play­mak­ing in­side lineback­ers T.J. Ed­wards and Ryan Con­nelly. The ath­letic se­nior fin­ishes with 23 tack­les, two sacks, an in­ter­cep­tion and a fum­ble re­cov­ery.

Fresh­man Bryson Wil­liams will take over full time as the starter.


Auburn: WR Ryan Davis is just one catch away from be­com­ing the Tigers’ ca­reer leader with re­cep­tions. His 152 catches are topped only by Court­ney Tay­lor, who played from 2003-06.

Boise State: Bron­cos quar­ter­back Brett Ryp­ien needs 36 yards pass­ing to be­come the Moun­tain West ca­reer leader through the air. Ryp­ien has 12,655 yards pass­ing, trail­ing only San Diego State’s Ryan Lind­ley on the con­fer­ence all-time list. Ryp­ien also needs just five com­ple­tions to pass Lind­ley for the most com­pleted passes in con­fer­ence his­tory. Ryp­ien has 957.

Flor­ida: The father of Ga­tors quar­ter­back Kyle Trask said his son is out for the sea­son be­cause of a bro­ken foot. Michael Trask posted on Face­book that Kyle frac­tured a foot prac­tic­ing a trick play Wed­nes­day.

Mi­ami: Af­ter a loss to Duke last Satur­day that marked the Hur­ri­canes’ third straight de­feat, Mi­ami coach Mark Richt is go­ing to start red­shirt fresh­man quar­ter­back N’Kosi Perry against Ge­or­gia Tech this Satur­day. Perry has played in seven of nine games this sea­son and has started in three of them.

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