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Stanford-WSU Final Injury Report

ESPN’s Ted Miller has the final injury report for all the Pac-10 games today up on his blog. Stanford and WSU come into the game banged up, with a fair amount of players listed on the injury report. The Cougars are in a worse situation, with three players out — including David Gonzales and Damante Horton.

S Chima Nwachukwa, hamstring, out
OT David Gonzales, arm, out
CB Damante Horton, Knee, out
LB Mike Ledgerwood, neck, doubtful
OT Micah Hannam, concussion, probable
WR Jeffrey Solomon, knee, questionable
LB Alex Hoffman-Ellis, back, probable

Chima Nwachukwu is still dealing with a bad hamstring that’s kept him out of action for at least three weeks. Ledgerwood returned to practice this week, but is stuck behind freshman C.J. Mizell and redshirt freshman Sekope Kaufusi at middle linebacker.

Jeffrey Solomon was still on crutches last week and is recovering from a partially torn ACL. Though he’s listed as questionable, it’s more than likely he is out.

On the Stanford side, a pair of critical wide receivers are on the injury report, though both should play today.

RB Tyler Gaffney, leg, questionable
RB Jeremy Stewart, ankle, questionable
WR Chris Owusu, knee, questionable
SS Delano Howell, undisclosed, questionable
WR Ryan Whalen, elbow, probable

Five skill position players on offense isn’t good, so we’ll see who can go. Owusu and Whalen both see significant time in the rotation and give Andrew Luck solid targets in the passing game.

The Cougars and Cardinal kick it off at 2 p.m. on Fox College Sports.