(JACKSON, Miss.) – In the long and storied history of Jackson State University athletics, 86 former Tigers had the distinguished honor of being selected in the National Football League Draft. Now, a new group of former JSU athletes are on a mission to join this elite fraternity. ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
Teddy Bridgewater threw two second-half touchdown passes to lead Louisville past Rutgers 20-17.
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With Kersey’s surprise departure, true freshman Trevor Williams is expected to step into the starting role.
Kersey becomes the third player to leave the team since preseason camp started. Backup left tackle Luke Graham and reserve tight end Dakota Royer both departed in August but remain enrolled at the university. According to team spokesman Jeff Nelson, Kersey also remains enrolled as of Wednesday.
Through two games, the 6-foot-1, 197-pound Kersey had six receptions for 44 yards.
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