Minnesota LB, tied for team-lead in tackles, 'doubtful' to play against Penn State
What’s the best game in college football this week? Many will point toward LSU-Alabama.
OK, fine. That’ll be a good one. But we, at Tradition, have our eyeballs on Minnesota-Penn State. After all, both teams are undefeated and College Football Playoff implications are certainly at stake.
Coming into the game, Minnesota linebacker Kamal Martin — who is tied for the team lead in tackles this season — was listed as questionable to play. According to sources, they have told the Pioneer Press that Martin is now “doubtful.”
He is now expected to miss the game due to an apparent knee injury. Martin sat out the team’s last game against Maryland due to the injury he suffered the week before. He has 46 tackles in only five games this season.
Minnesota-Penn State is slated for a noon ET kickoff at Minnesota’s TCF Bank Stadium. The game will be televised on ABC.