By Brian Delaney
November 3, 2010
Chris Wroblewski is sitting out after spraining an ankle in the Cornell-Colgate scrimmage on Saturday. He said he expects to be back in time for Cornell's season opener at Albany on Nov. 12.
Dominic Scelfo remains out with a knee injury, the severity of which is still being determined. His return is unknown, but Bill Courtney's words a couple weeks back seemed to indicate Scelfo would be out for a good amount of time - possibly the season.
Jake Matthews didn't practice today; he's also coming back from a minor ankle/lower leg injury suffered in practice.
With those guys missing, sophomore Johnathan Gray and freshmen Jamal Cherry got a lot of reps on the scout team, with Miles Asafo-Adjei getting plenty of time with the reds. On the positive side of the injury list, senior center Aaron Osgood is back practicing full-time after missing a little more than a week with a hip flexor injury. Back on Oct. 15 I tweeted that Eitan Chemerinski really looks to be filling out, but I'd be remiss if I didn't mention Osgood. He's clearly added weight and strength to his upper body.