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Lewis Upgraded To Questionable For North Carolina

Duke quarterback Thaddeus Lewis has been upgraded to questionable for the Blue Devils' Saturday tilt against North Carolina, but head coach David Cutcliffe said Tuesday that Lewis will play in some way--he just doesn't know how much.

The more pressing part of Duke's injury report, released early Thursday, is that freshman safety Matt Daniels is out with a leg injury. Daniels played an integral role in Duke's brilliant defensive performance Saturday against Virginia Tech, as he recovered a fumble and intercepted a pass in the first half, when the Blue Devils forced five turnovers.

And, not surprisingly, senior running back Clifford Harris will be sidelined for his last college game with a broken arm. Cutcliffe said two weeks ago that he wasn't ready to rule Harris out just yet, but his injury must not have healed sufficiently.

Full injury report after the jump.

RB Clifford Harris (arm) -- OUT

DE Wesley Oglesby (leg) -- OUT

S Matt Daniels (leg) -- OUT

QB Thaddeus Lewis (foot) -- QUESTIONABLE

DE Ayanga Okpokowuruk (leg) -- QUESTIONABLE

CB Jabari Marshall (leg) -- PROBABLE


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