Injured Landi, Washington 'day-to-day' for CSU
Injury update from the Big East weekly coaches' teleconference, where USF coach Jim Leavitt said receiver/quarterback/holder Evan Landi, who left Saturday's game with an injured right shoulder, is "day-to-day" and could possibly play in this week's game against Charleston Southern.
Leavitt also said starting cornerback Quenton Washington has an ankle injury, but is also day-to-day and could still play Saturday. He said those are the only two significant injuries from the Western Kentucky game.
Landi hurt his shoulder catching a pass from quarterback Matt Grothe, and was replaced as holder by fellow backup quarterback B.J. Daniels. Washington has four tackles in two starts at cornerback this season. The Bulls are already playing without starting strong safety Jerrell Young (broken arm), so another injury would hurt USF at a position already thinned by injury.