According to multiple sources, Notre Dame junior center Jarrett Patterson is out for the remainder of the season with a foot injury he sustained during this weekend's victory over Boston College.
Patterson is expected to have surgery this week that will include having a pin inserted in his foot. According to the sources I spoke with, while there's a chance he could be back for spring ball, it definitely ends his 2020 season.
When and how Patterson got hurt during the BC game remains to be seen, but this injury will keep him out for the remainder of the season.
Patterson had started 21 straight games for the Irish before this injury. Notre Dame gets an extra week to prepare for what comes next, but losing Patterson is certainly a blow for a line that had been playing very good football this season.
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