L'ville RB Lamb tears ACL, out for season
Louisville Cardinals running back Corvin Lamb will have season-ending surgery to repair a torn left anterior cruciate ligament, coach Charlie Strong said Tuesday.
Lamb, a redshirt sophomore, injured his knee late in Sunday's 49-7 victory against Ohio. He had 13 yards on four carries and returned a fourth-quarter kickoff for 20 yards.
Strong said the injury was "tough" for a player who had worked to become part of Louisville's five-man backfield rotation.
The coach also said that redshirt freshman tight end Hunter Bowles will have neck surgery Thursday but wasn't specific about his status.
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