Stanford vs. Oregon State Final Injury Report: Chris Owusu Likely To Play

As the Stanford Cardinal prepare for a conference road test against the Oregon State Beavers, they will likely have talented wide receiver Chris Owusu at their disposal. Owusu is battling a concussion and was limited in practice throughout most of the week, but he is listed as probable for the game. Andrew Luck approves of this news.

Here is the final injury report for both teams, according to Ted Miller:

Oregon State: 

LB Feti Unga, knee, out
C Grant Johnson, ankle, out
OG Burke Ellis, back, out
RB Jovan Stevenson, knee, out
WR Jordan Bishop, ankle, out

Stanford:

TE Zach Ertz, knee, out
OT Cameron Fleming, leg, out
K Jordan Williamson, leg, out
WR Chris Owusu, concussion, probable
S Delano Howell, hand, doubtful

For the Beavers, the loss of both Stevenson and Bishop will hurt. Stevenson does not typically get a lot of carries, but he can be a load at the goal line. Bishop has hauled in 27 passes for 337 yards and his absence will be felt.

For more on Stanford, check out Rule of Tree.

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