Cougs Quarterback Rogers Out For Season With Spine Fracture
PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) - Washington State quarterback Gary Rogers is out for the season. School officials say he suffered a "stable cervical spine fracture" Saturday night in the Cougars' victory over Portland State. Rogers was taken away in an ambulance during the third quarter after a late hit. The fifth-year senior was playing because starting quarterback Kevin Lopina had been sidelined by a shoulder injury early in the game. Doctors say Rogers will need three to four months to recover.
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