If Fresno State is as efficient as they were a week ago against Weber State, the Oregon Ducks may actually have their hands full. Hopefully, they’ll be preparing for two of the top wide receivers on FSU to be back and hungry for a victory.
Both wide receivers for Fresno State who missed last week’s game against Weber State are listed as probable against Oregon. Rashad Evans is a senior this year, playing in all 13 games last year and finished with 44 catches for 351 yards and three touchdowns.
Josh Harper is just a sophomore and finished third in receiving production last season. He played in just 11 games, but had 32 catches for 475 yards and four touchdowns.
Those receivers will be key returns that already featured a well-balanced offensive attack led by quarterback Derek Carr.
Fullback Tapa Taumoepeau was listed with a knee injury before the season began and will not play this season.
On Oregon’s end, left guard Carson York continues to nurse a knee injury, but saw some playing time last week against Arkansas State. He’s currently listed as probable against Fresno State. Freshman left tackle Kyle Long is listed as questionable with an ankle injury.
Linebacker Keloni Kamaloni is listed as doubtful for the game with an arm injury. Kamaloni didn’t record any stats in the victory.
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