Oregon’s quarterback is dealing with an index finger injury after getting hit hard in the fourth quarter in Week 1.
According the report, Adams expects to play Saturday against No. 5 Michigan State after he was knocked out in the fourth quarter of his Oregon debut on Sept. 5.
Adams, a graduate transfer from Eastern Washington, threw for 246 yards and two touchdowns in a 61–42 win against his former school before a late hit from linebacker John Kreifels forced him to exit. Kreifels was ejected from the game for the hit.
The 22-year-old transferred to Oregon for his final year of eligibility after three seasons at Eastern Washington.
- Kenny Ducey