On Saturday, the Rainbow Warriors had an off day against Oregon State.
Today, they have a day off. (The Warriors have a bye this weekend.)
When they resume with a light practice tomorrow, wide receiver Billy Ray Stutzmann and offensive lineman Dejon Allen will get opportunities to earn extended playing time. Stutzmann, who missed all of training camp because of a concussion suffered in a July car accident, was not on the 66-player travel roster this past weekend. Allen rotated between the offensive and defensive lines before finding a home on offense.
Linebacker Brenden Daley, safety/long-snapper Kawika Borden and safety Trayvon Henderson suffered injuries against OSU. Those three — as well as running back Joey Iosefa, tight end Jordan Pu‘u-Robinson and defensive tackle Kennedy Tulimasealii — are expected to be ready for the Sept. 21 road game against Nevada.
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The Warriors will have full practices on Wednesday and Thursday.
There will be a scrimmage on Friday involving players who are redshirting or have not had a lot of playing time this season. Quarterback Ikaika Woolsey and running back Diocomey Saint Juste are expected to be the featured players.
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What’s the biggest attraction to Oregon State? It’s the facilities. They’re not just better than UH’s. They’re 10 times better.