Boise State’s David Moa likely out for remainder of 2018 season

As the season progresses injury usually tend to increase. With Boise State that is no different as they have found DeAndre Pierce out for the remainder of the season, as well as senior defensive tackle David Moa.

Moa has been battling a calf injury and saw limited time against Oklahoma State. In that game he managed to get two tackles.

Though it is likely he will be out for the remainder of the season, coach Bryan Harsin hasn’t ruled out the potential for him to come back for the bowl game.

“David Moa, moving forward he’ll be out. Still just hasn’t healed, hasn’t recovered from the injury he had earlier in the season. Right now, maybe possible, later, bowl game at that point we will reevaluate where he’s at. Just hasn’t had the opportunity to get back out there to get himself healthy enough to play. Team leader, guy that has done a lot for us…, said coach Bryan Harsin.

The senior has played in 32 games for the Broncos, having a total of 34 solo tackles and 11.5 sacks. Perhaps his best play as a Bronco was blocking a field goal kick with 15 seconds remaining in the game.


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