Injury report: Frey, Bennett out

UConn just released its injury report for Friday's game against Rutgers (full list is below). Not too many surprises, as the absence of both Robbie Frey and Jimmy Bennett has been expected since Monday's InjuryGate.

Instead, this week's list is a bit more uplifting than the first few, as offensive tackle Adam Masters has been upgraded to probable after missing last week's matchup with Vanderbilt because of a "arm."

Scott Lutrus, apparently no longer afflicted with the dreaded "upper extremity" that was tormenting his September, is also expected to make his second start in a row for the first time this year. And running back Jordan Todman, who missed a near-slipup vs. Buffalo with an "arm," will also (most likely) play.

The full report: 

OUT

Jimmy Bennett, R-So., OT (Hand)

Robbie Frey, R-Jr., RB (Leg)

David Kenney, R-Fr., OLB (Leg)

 

PROBABLE

Adam Masters, R-So., OT (Arm)

 

QUESTIONABLE

Jesse Joseph, So., DE (Leg)

 

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