Sport 7 Cowboys Players Could Miss Game With Illness
Ole Miss football comes up short vs Mississippi State, Lane Kiffin gets first Egg Bowl loss
Ole Miss football fell to Mississippi State in the Egg Bowl after having a chance to tie late. A failed two-point conversion play left the Rebels short.The Rebels suffered a 24-22 defeat to Mississippi State on Thursday at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, with the game's outcome decided by a failed two-point conversion attempt with 1:25 left at the end of a 99-yard Ole Miss touchdown drive only made possible by Will Rogers' goal-line fumble.
An illness has been sweeping through the Dallas Cowboys locker room this week.
Ahead of their Thanksgiving Day game on Thursday, six players are reportedly questionable or doubtful due to illness.
Tarell Basham, Dante Fowler, Jonathan Hankins, Kelvin Joseph, Neville Gallimore and Donovan Wilson are all either questionable or doubtful for Sunday's game due to illness.
Cowboys star pass rusher DeMarcus Lawrence is also reportedly sick, though he also has a foot injury, with many expecting him to play.
The Cowboys have made some roster moves due to the illnesses sweeping around.
"The #Cowboys have elevated OT Aviante Collins and LB/DE Takk McKinley, thanks in part to so many players battling illness," Ian Rapoport tweeted.
The Cowboys and the Giants are scheduled to kick off at 4:30 p.m. E.T. on Thursday.
The game will air on FOX.
Ole Miss football coach Lane Kiffin addresses his future after Arkansas loss .
Ole Miss football coach Lane Kiffin was once again asked to talk about his future and speculation linking him to the Auburn job.The questions came amid reports that he's the No. 1 candidate to fill the coaching vacancy at Auburn — a line some reporters have been repeating since Auburn moved on from Bryan Harsin on October 31.