College Football Week 10 Injury Report: Pac-12 Stars Return

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Running Backs

Darrell Henderson – Memphis

Henderson, Memphis’ leading rusher and the second leading rusher in the nation, will return this weekend for Memphis’ game with East Carolina. Henderson has rushed for 1,148 yards and 13 touchdowns this year and trails Wisconsin running back Jonathan Taylor by seven yards. He missed the Tigers loss to Missouri with a leg injury.

Shannon Brooks – Minnesota

Brooks suffered an injury late in the Gophers’ win over Indiana and will miss the team’s game against Illinois this weekend. Good news for the Gophers is that redshirt freshman running back Mohamed Ibrahim, who did not play against Indiana, will return and start for the Gophers. Ibrahim leads the team in rushing with 464 yards and three touchdowns.

Wide Receivers

Jared Cornelius – Arkansas

The senior wide receiver sustained an ankle injury in the Razorbacks’ loss to Vanderbilt and is questionable for next week’s game against LSU. The senior has appeared in four games this season for the struggling Razorbacks.

Laviska Shenault – Colorado

It seems like this piece is just the weekly update on Shenault, who has been hobbled all season with a toe injury. Shenault is questionable again for Colorado after missing the last two games. When he has been on the field he has been a difference-maker, registering 60 catches for 780 yards and six touchdowns, in addition to five rushing touchdowns.

Tarik Black – Michigan

Black hasn’t played for the Wolverines in over a year, but the   could be returning for the Wolverines this Saturday against Penn State. Black caught 11 passes for 149 yards and a touchdown before going down with a season-ending injury last year. The Wolverines have won seven straight games and play a crucial game in the Big Ten race this weekend.

Dillon Mitchell – Oregon

Mitchell took a vicious hit in the Ducks loss to Arizona last weekend and is questionable for the Ducks’ game with UCLA. Mitchell leads the Ducks in receiving this season, catching 48 passes for 677 yards and four touchdowns. The junior was hurt on a hit last week.