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Boise State’s DeAndre Pierce to miss the remainder of the season

One of Boise State’s best defensive players will be out the remainder of the 2018-19 season.

It was announced on Monday that DeAndre Pierce will be missing the remainder of the season due to a spleen injury.

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“His spleen, he had an injury in the Wyoming game. Don’t know exactly how or when it happened, but it did. Coming out of that game, he got checked out the following Monday and then there was that issue. So, that obviously sidelines him. Number one, he’s healthy, right now he’s healing, he’s ok; he’ll be out there helping and coaching and doing everything he can. He’s an awesome person, he’s all about this team…,” said coach Bryan Harsin.

Before his injury, Pierce racked up 23 tackles this season, including 12 of those in the game against Troy.

His first career sack was against Wyoming of this season.

Pierce took to Twitter:

“Sad that my season got cut short from such a rare injury and that i won’t be able be on that field again with my team, especially the seniors. All the crazy speculations been going around are ridiculous and I’m always going to ride for my dawgs here. Be back in 2019!”


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