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FSU injury report vs. Boston College: Keith Gavin hasn’t returned to practice

While one wideout is out for the year, another has not yet returned to practice from an injury suffered nearly three weeks ago.

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Another week, another Florida State offensive contributor out for the season.

Jimbo Fisher unexpectedly announced Wednesday that wide receiver George Campbell, who has missed the last two games after re-aggravating his core muscle injury, will miss the rest of the 2017 season and may require another surgery.

In more wide receiver news, sophomore Keith Gavin, who injured his ankle late in FSU’s loss to Miami in early October, has yet to return to practice, Fisher disclosed on Wednesday. Fisher added that he suffered a knee injury in addition to the ankle ailment previously known. This casts his timeline for the remainder of the season into somewhat significant doubt.

FSU’s star wide receiver Auden Tate, who suffered an injury late in the loss to Louisville, has been limited this week in practice.

On Tate, Fisher said, “Hopefully he’ll be good.”

Fisher said that at his call-in show Tuesday that junior running back Jacques Patrick’s knee injury is not as bad as originally feared, but he will be out against Boston College.

Here’s this week’s official injury report from FSU:


RB Jacques Patrick (knee)

WR Keith Gavin (ankle)

DB Calvin Brewton (knee)

Out for Season

QB Deondre Francois (knee)

OL Baveon Johnson (knee)

OL Jauan Williams (shoulder)

OL Landon Dickerson (ankle)

Florida State Seminoles Football head coach Jimbo Fisher speaks for the last time before the team heads up to Boston College and gives the injury report.

Posted by on Wednesday, October 25, 2017