If the Syracuse Orange wins on Saturday, it will not be with the help of tight end Beckett Wales. The 6′-3″ 238 lb. senior suffered a season ending upper body injury in the 17-16 loss to Pitt on Saturday. As is becoming the growing trend in college football, school officials would only say that Wales requires surgery to his upper body. I hate to see any player hurt, especially...
Syracuse tight end Beckett Wales is out for rest of the season. Wales suffered an upper body injury during Saturday's 17-16 loss to Pittsburgh and will undergo surgery, the university announced. Through 11 games this season, Wales has 10 catches for 78 yards. He had a season-high three catches for 33 yards against Pittsburgh before the injury. Wales has 52 career receptions, fourth...
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