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USU Football - Kennedy's "stinger"

Published September 5, 2012 10:02 pm
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At first, the injury to Utah State quarterback Adam Kennedy looked much worse.

He writhed on the ground in pain last Thursday after taking what appeared to be a late hit. He was carted off the field in obvious pain. A severe injury looked possible.

As it turns out, he's ok.

Kennedy, says Gary Andersen, suffered a stinger to his non-throwing shoulder. He won't miss any time, and will be available on Friday when the Aggies face Utah.

Kennedy appears to have been beaten out by Chuckie Keeton. But he's still a vital part of what USU does. He's experienced, he's good in the clutch and has a very good arm as well as a gunslinging mentality. He's a contrast to Keeton and the dual-threat ability that he brings to the table.

Together, the two make a heck of a quarterbacking tandem.

Tony Jones




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