Louisville QB Jawon Pass to have season-ending surgery


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Jamie Rhodes - USA Today Sports
Jamie Rhodes - USA Today Sports

Louisville announced on Tuesday that redshirt junior quarterback Jawon Pass will have season-ending surgery on his toe on Wednesday.

Pass started the first two games this season (Notre Dame and Eastern Kentucky) before the toe injury on his right foot caused him to miss the last four games.

In 2019, he was 24-for-46 passing for 330 yards and four touchdowns and only one interception.

Last season after finally getting his chance to start after Lamar Jackson's departure to the NFL, Pass started nine games in total, throwing for 1,960 yards and eight touchdowns with 12 interceptions.

Sophomore Micale Cunningham and freshman Evan Conley are both potential starters at the quarterback position against No. 2 Clemson.

"I'll say what I've always said, that whoever's the healthiest and gives us the best chance, that's who we'll play," head coach Scott Satterfield said during his press conference.

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