The Northwestern Wildcats are embarrassed following their 31-0 loss against the Michigan Wolverines this past week. It was a rough loss and neither side of the football played well.
To add insult to injury, the Wildcats will be without junior cornerback Matthew Harris due to broken bones in his face.
According to a report from College Football Talk, Harris will be out for the “foreseeable future” with the injury.
Harris had been putting up a big season for the Wildcats so far this year. He had recorded 25 tackles, three interceptions and seven defensed passes this year.
Northwestern will miss his production on the defensive side of the football and will likely have a big issue filling his role with another player.
It’s always tough seeing talented players like Harris go down with a serious injury like this one. He has worked hard all offseason long to put himself in a position to succeed like he has been this year and now will miss a good chunk of time due to this facial injury.
Stay tuned to Campus Sports for more information on Harris, as we will have updates to this injury as they become available to us.
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