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FSU football injury report for Syracuse

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Who’s in. Who’s out.

Florida State v Miami Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images

The penultimate Florida State injury report for the 2016 regular season was released on Thursday night, and it certainly reflects the wear and tear that a long, grueling schedule can have on a football team.

The ‘Noles will be without the services of linebacker Jacob Pugh for their road game against the Syracuse Orange. Pugh has been one of the Seminoles’ most consistent defenders this season, and Head Coach Jimbo Fisher mentioned Brian Burns as one who could step up and take some of Pugh’s reps. Pugh’s backup is listed as freshman Josh Brown, but Brown is injured as well.

On the offensive side of the ball, Rick Leonard will get the start at right tackle, while Brock Ruble, dealing with a leg injury, should be available in a backup capacity.

Questionable

OL Brock Ruble (leg)

Out For Game

LB Josh Brown (foot)

DB Marcus Lewis (hip)

OL Corey Martinez (knee)

WR Da’Vante Phillips (wrist)

LB Jacob Pugh (concussion)

DE Jalen Wilkerson (concussion)

Out Indefinitely

DE Keith Bryant (foot)

DB Derwin James (knee)

RB Johnathan Vickers (concussion)

Out For Season

DB Nate Andrews (right pectoral)

WR George Campbell (core muscle)

OL Landon Dickerson (knee)

DE Adam Torres (leg)

WR Jesus Wilson (foot)