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Duke football's Jack Wohlabaugh, Ken Torain out indefinitely

Wohlabaugh started nine games at center last year for Duke before having to undergo season-ending ankle surgery.
Wohlabaugh started nine games at center last year for Duke before having to undergo season-ending ankle surgery.

Duke football announced some unfortunate news Wednesday afternoon.

Redshirt senior center Jack Wohlabaugh and redshirt sophomore cornerback Ken Torain will both be out indefinitely, per a press release from the team. Wohlabaugh tore his right ACL in Tuesday's practice and Torain has an “injured right shoulder." The release added that both will have surgery next week and the “surgical details have yet to be determined.”

Wohlabaugh has had a serious injury before, as he was shut down for the last three games of Duke’s 2019 season to undergo ankle surgery. The loss of Wohlabaugh comes as a huge blow to the Blue Devils' offensive line, as the former top recruit and 2019 All-ACC Honorable Mention has been a key member of the unit since his transfer from Ohio State after the 2017 campaign. 

Torain has played in one career game during his two seasons in Durham.

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