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Passing game usage disappears
Carter ran six times for 30 yards Friday at Syracuse, failing to catch a pass in the process.
Relegated to backup role
Sibley saw only two carries Friday at Syracuse, going for three yards.
Labors in return to action
Davis ran eight times for 16 yards Friday at Syracuse.
Huge showing in return to action
Davis ran 16 times for 103 yards and a touchdown Friday at Syracuse, adding a six-yard catch.
Used rarely since return
Witherspoon has two carries for three yards and an 18-yard reception in two games since returning from a leg injury.
Few carries since return
Gibson has carried the ball three times for four yards across two games following his return from a lower body injury that forced him to miss two games.
Not listed on depth chart
No longer on roster
Massive workload in loss
Murray carried 35 times for 164 yards and caught three passes for 38 yards Thursday in Arkansas State's 37-20 loss to Louisiana.
Held to season-low rushing total
Scarlett carried 13 times for 34 yards and a touchdown Thursday in Stanford's 34-16 loss to UCLA. He also caught one pass for a nine-yard gain.
Runs wild in win over Stanford
Kelley carried 18 times for 176 yards and a touchdown and caught two passes for 13 yards Thursday in UCLA's 34-16 win over Stanford.
Still dealing with inflammation
Returns as expected
Should return from ankle injury
Clears century mark again
Billingsley carried 20 times for 100 yards and hauled in both of his targets for 15 yards Wednesday in Troy's 37-13 win over South Alabama.
Rumbles for 86 yards
Minter carried 17 times for 86 yards Wednesday in South Alabama's 37-13 loss to Troy.
Still not quite 100 percent
Lew Nichols III
Not a lock to be redshirted
Coach Jim McElwain said Nichols has not been put "on the shelf" and may see action again this season, according to Evan Petzold of CM Life.
Still no definite status for Saturday
Preliminary exam moved to December
Limited in practice Wednesday
Questionable vs. App State
Likely out Friday
Question mark for Friday
Coach Pat Narduzzi was unwilling to discuss the statuses of Davis (undisclosed) and fellow running back A.J.Davis (undisclosed) when asked Monday, Bill Brink of the Pittsburgh Press-Gazette reports."No, we're not talking about those guys." said Narduzzi.