COLLEGE STATION -- Texas A&M running back Jorvorskie Lane is questionable for Saturday's opener against Arkansas State because of lingering effects from a neck injury.
The 6-foot, 285-pound senior suffered a "stinger" in practice
Aug. 13 and hasn't participated in contact drills since. A&M coach
Mike Sherman said Monday that Lane still hasn't been cleared to
play and has been coping with headaches.
Sherman stopped short of saying Lane had suffered a concussion,
and team spokesman Alan Cannon said Lane has not been hospitalized.
Lane rushed for 780 yards and 16 touchdowns in 2007. He needs
one touchdown to take sole possession of A&M's all-time record.
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