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August 25, 2006 at 12:50 PM

Wallace should be ready for opener

Tyrone Willingham met the media here a little while ago and said he expects strong safety C.J. Wallace to return to practice in a day or two, which means he should be ready to go for the opener against San Jose State.
Willingham said Wallace had “no problems, no restrictions, no aftereffects” as a result of the concussion he suffered in Thursday’s practice.
Wallace was hurt in a three-way collission that also involved receiver Anthony Russo and safety Jason Wells. Russo suffered a thigh bruise and Wells was also a “little woozy,” Willingham said.
But Willingham said all should be good to go for the opener.
Defensive coordinator Kent Baer said the only player he thinks might miss the opener is cornerback Dashon Goldson, who continues to be bothered by a sore ankle. That, obviously, means he expects Greyson Gunheim to be ready for the Spartans. “I fully expect him to be full go next week,” Baer said.
Wallace also met the media today and said he plans to be back for the San Jose State game.
“Right now I feel like I could play,” he said, but added he’ll sit out for a day or two for precautionary reasons.

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