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Kyle Carter participates, Jordan Hill limited at Penn State practice

Defensive tackle Jordan Hill and tight end Kyle Carter are both listed as 'day-to-day' on Penn State's injury report, though one of the ailing players appears to have a better shot at playing on Saturday against Nebraska.

Kyle Carter participates, Jordan Hill limited at Penn State practice

Penn State´s Jordan Hill is carted off the field after getting injured during the first half of an NCAA college football game against Purdue Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012, in West Lafayette, Ind. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)
Penn State's Jordan Hill is carted off the field after getting injured during the first half of an NCAA college football game against Purdue Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012, in West Lafayette, Ind. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)

Defensive tackle Jordan Hill and tight end Kyle Carter are both listed as 'day-to-day' on Penn State's injury report, though one of the ailing players appears to have a better shot at playing on Saturday against Nebraska. 

At practice on Wednesday evening, both players stretched with the the team. Though Hill, wearing a sweatshirt, looked like he had limited motion.

When it came time for position drills, Carter was participating with the rest of the tight ends. He used a weight ball, caught balls and did everything the rest of the tight ends did. Over by the defensive tackles, Hil was standing by the sideline. He did not participate in any drills in the first 25 minutes of practice.

Hill, a senior, sprained his knee last week against Purdue. Carter, a redshirt sophomore, injured his left ankle late in the Ohio State game and did not travel to Purdue.

Meanwhile running back Curtis Dukes, who has been ruled out for Saturday with a head injury, was not practicing. He was at practice, though, in gray sweats.

-Emily Kaplan

About this blog
Joe Juliano has been a staff writer for The Inquirer for 20 years, covering college sports, golf and the Penn Relays.

This season is Joe's fourth season on the paper's Penn State beat. He previously covered the Nittany Lions for United Press International from 1976 to 1984.

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