Texas State’s secondary took a huge hit and the season hasn’t even started yet. The Bobcats, already lacking at safety, learned they might be without Jamal Williams for the year.
“It’s a shame,” Texas State head coach Brad Wright said. “He was the one that was probably doing the best job out of the four guys.”
Williams was injured in practice late this week with an undisclosed injury and was dressed in his jersey and shorts during practice on Thursday. If Williams is lost for the season, it means T.P. Miller and Matt Schumann will need to step up.
Wright has been noted to have questions about his safeties since the beginning of fall camp, so this isn’t good for the secondary. With the season opener only seven days away, Miller and Schumann will need to pick it up quickly.