Sources: Ole Miss WR Harris out; top RB skeptical

  • Chris Low, ESPN

    • Senior WriterSep 16, 2023, 11:08 AM ET Close College football reporter
    • Signed up with in 2007
    • Graduate of the University of Tennessee

Ole Miss is fighting injury issues heading into Saturday night’s game versus Georgia Tech. Leading receiver Tre Harris is out, sources told ESPN, while Rebels coach Lane Kiffin informed ESPN’s Laura Rutledge that leading rush Quinshon Judkins is skeptical for the game.Harris left the 37-20 win over Tulane last week in the very first quarter after scoring his 5th goal in five quarters of play. A transfer from Louisiana Tech, Harris was seen with a knee brace on the sideline afterward.Judkins was exceptionally limited in practice this

week with an upper body injury. He led the SEC in hurrying last season as a freshman, but has been limited to 108 yards on 31 performs his very first 2 games this season. Quarterback Jaxson Dart has been the No. 17 Rebels’2nd leading rush this season with 77 backyards on 18 attempts.Editor’s Picks Injuries have actually slowed Ole Miss on offense. Tight end Caden Prieskorn, a transfer from Memphis, has yet to play this season

and is expected to miss his 3rd straight game versus Georgia Tech. Receiver Zakhari Franklin, who transferred from UTSA, has actually likewise not played this season after recovering from a knee scope this summer.One of Kiffin’s issues through the first 2 games has actually been the Ole Miss running game. The Rebels are averaging 116 hurrying backyards through 2 games after balancing 200 yards or

more on the ground in each of Kiffin’s very first three seasons. Dart is off to a hot start throwing the ball. He’s passed for 601 backyards, six touchdowns and one interception.

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