Jarrett Patterson Out With A Foot Sprain, Questionable For Season Opener

NOTRE DAME, Ind. – Notre Dame guard Jarrett Patterson is questionable for the season opener at Ohio State with a foot sprain. The Fighting Irish offensive lineman was absent from Wednesday morning’s practice, and head coach Marcus Freeman addressed his status at a Thursday press conference, and noted Patterson will need 10 days to rest before really knowing where things stand.

Patterson is Notre Dame’s most experienced offensive lineman and was expected to be an anchor for the line. The fifth-year graduate student has made 34 starts over the last three seasons. There is no one with as many career starts on the Fighting Irish roster this fall.


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