Wisconsin defensive lineman Kayden Lyles and safety D’Cota Dixon will not participate in the team’s Pinstripe Bowl matchup against Miami, according to a report.

Prior to kickoff between the Badgers and Hurricanes, Jeff Potrykus of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reported that Lyles limped onto the field at Yankee Stadium and was wearing sweats. He was injured earlier this week at practice and was unable to recover in time for the game.

Dixon will also miss the game, which will be his final in a Badger uniform. He missed three games earlier this season due to injury.

Lyles is a freshman defensive lineman who appeared in all 12 games for the Badgers this season. He recorded seven tackles for the year.

After a season on the defensive line, Lyles is expected to transition to the offensive line for the future, where he originally started when coming to Madison.

Dixon was one of the key players for the Badgers’ secondary throughout the year. He finishes the season with 43 tackles and three pass break-ups.

A tremendous career comes to a disappointing end for Dixon, who has been a star for Wisconsin during his time in Madison. He recorded 177 tackles and five interceptions since joining the Badgers in 2014. He was a member of three B1G West winning teams in his career.

Wisconsin and Miami are meeting in the postseason for a second straight season. Last year, the two teams clashed in the Orange Bowl, a game the Badgers won 34-24.

Both teams are 7-5 entering the Pinstripe Bowl.