Mustafa Jalil out for season, Stefan McClure to have surgery Wednesday, out for UCLA

Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

Yep. Down goes another one.

I'm not so good at math, so I regularly lose track of how many players have been lost.

Either way, it's a lot, and Mustafa Jalil is the latest one - after sitting out several weeks with a knee injury, the team determined that he would be out for the season right according to an injury report released on Monday.

This is the second time in two years Jalil has been lost to a knee injury.

Additionally, Stefan McClure (who left Saturday's game against Washington State and was seen on crutches) will be sidelined for the UCLA game with a knee injury.

BUT ON THE FLIPSIDE.

Kam Jackson and Joel Willis are both listed as probable on the same report, which is fantastic to hear, especially in Willis' case. It looked like his injury was a lot more serious than it was, so if he's available, that means we won't have to have Isaac Lapite, Cedric Dozier or Adrian Lee out there nearly as much.

Joining them on the probable list are Jalen Jefferson, Khalfani Muhammad and Joel Willis. The rest of the injuries are here:


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