Stanford vs. Notre Dame Injury Report: Chris Owusu Out Again, Zach Ertz Questionable

The Stanford Cardinal are hungry for a BCS bowl bid and a win over the Notre Dame Fighting Irish would be huge as they prepare to learn their postseason fate. The team still lacks a signature victory on their resumé and they could achieve that this weekend.

The Cardinal will be without a few of their talented playmakers for yet another week, according to Ted Miller's final injury report. Wide receiver Chris Owusu continues to miss practice and games as he deals with multiple concussions, while tight end Zach Ertz is questionable for the showdown with a lingering knee injury. Place-kicker Jordan Williamson is questionable as well.

Andrew Luck has done a great job finding different receivers and tight ends all season and distributes the ball around evenly to keep the defense off balance, but do not be surprised to see Stepfan Taylor see an increased workload this evening.

For more on the game, head on over to Rule Of Tree.

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