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Bowl Season Key Injuries

Camellia Bowl: Marshall vs Buffalo: Buffalo running back Jaret Patterson, who has 1,072 rushing yards and 19 touchdowns, has a knee issue but is probable to play Friday. Buffalo opened -3 and was up to -4.5 at The SuperBook by Tuesday, and the total ticked from 54.5 to 53.5, then to 54.

First Responder Bowl: UTSA vs Louisiana: There are no significant injuries to report yet in this 3:30 p.m. ET Saturday matchup.

LendingTree Bowl: Western Kentucky vs Georgia State: Wideout Xavier Lane, who leads Western Kentucky in receptions and is second in receiving yardage, has an undisclosed injury and is questionable for Saturday's game. Georgia State opened -4.5 at The SuperBook and fell to -3.5 by Tuesday afternoon, while the total dipped from 54 to 49.5 by Wednesday morning, with Lane's status surely only a small part of that move.

Cure Bowl: Liberty vs Coastal Carolina: There are no significant injuries to report yet in this 7:30 p.m. ET Saturday matchup.

Cheez-It Bowl: Oklahoma State vs Miami: Wideout Tylan Wallace (knee), who leads the Cowboys in receptions and yards, is questionable for this Dec. 29 game. And top running back Chuba Hubbard (ankle) opted out of the rest of the season prior to the regular-season finale, a 42-3 rout of Baylor. Oklahoma State has been stable at -2 since Monday night at The SuperBook, while the total moved from 59.5 to 58.5.

Alamo Bowl: Texas vs Colorado: Texas has no significant injuries, but three players on defense – linebacker Joseph Ossai, lineman Ta'quon Graham and defensive back Chris Brown – all opted out earlier this month to prepare for the NFL Draft. Colorado quarterback Sam Noyer (shoulder) is questionable for the Dec. 29 contest. Texas opened -11.5 and quickly got to -13.5 at FanDuel, but by Tuesday night, the line was down to -9.5. The total dipped from 64.5 to 63.5.

Duke's Mayo Bowl: Wake Forest vs Wisconsin: Check back later for injury updates.

Music City Bowl: Iowa vs Missouri: Check back later for injury updates.

Cotton Bowl: Florida vs Oklahoma: Check back later for injury updates.

Armed Forces Bowl: Tulsa vs Mississippi State: Check back later for injury updates.

Arizona Bowl: Ball State vs San Jose State: Check back later for injury updates.

Liberty Bowl: West Virginia vs Tennessee: Check back later for injury updates.

Texas Bowl: Arkansas vs TCU: Check back later for injury updates.

Peach Bowl: Georgia vs Cincinnati: Check back later for injury updates.

Citrus Bowl: Auburn vs Northwestern: Check back later for injury updates.

Rose Bowl: Alabama vs Notre Dame: Alabama lost starting center Landon Dickerson to a knee injury in the SEC championship game, and he won't return for the College Football Playoff semifinal against Notre Dame. The Crimson Tide opened -20.5 at The SuperBook and quickly dropped to -20, then went to -19.5 for a couple of hours Monday before returning to -20.

Sugar Bowl: Clemson vs Ohio State: Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields hurt his right thumb in the Big Ten title game, a victory over Northwestern, but he's already listed as probable. Wideout Chris Olave is questionable with an undisclosed injury. The Buckeyes opened +7 at The SuperBook and quickly went to +8. The total was stable through Monday night at 65.5.

Gator Bowl: NC State vs Kentucky: Check back later for injury updates.

Outback Bowl: Ole Miss vs Indiana: Check back later for injury updates.

Fiesta Bowl: Oregon vs Iowa State: Check back later for injury updates.

Orange Bowl: Texas A&M vs North Carolina: Check back later for injury updates.
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