Josh Paschal hasn’t yet been ruled out for Saturday’s game, leaving fans with optimism that we might see Paschal hit the field at some point this season.
Most assumed Paschal wouldn’t take the field at all this season and understandably so. Nobody could blame him for sitting out the year.
But Paschal has been training and getting ready and has been seen on the sideline. Obviously you wouldn’t expect him to play much, but would it be possible for Paschal to play a few plays per game? Certainly.
And he doesn’t have to worry about losing his redshirt. It’s unknown if we will see Paschal, but the overarching positive is that Paschal has recovered enough to even be considered a possibility to play.
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