Notre Dame DL Jayson Ademilola leaves Stanford game with injury
Notre Dame is without defensive lineman Jayson Ademilola for the remainder of the game vs. Stanford.
Ademilola suffered an injury at some point in the first half. According to NBC, he had x-rays at halftime.
He re-appeared on the sideline in street clothes for the second half:
NBC broadcast said Jayson Ademilola had X-Rays in first half, on sideline in street Clothes
Ramon Henderson doing mobility exercises, was in medical tent and is without a helmet#NotreDame
— Justin Frommer (@JustinbFrommer) October 16, 2022
Ademilola entered this game with 2.5 tackles for loss and 2 sacks on the season.
Notre Dame’s defensive line depth is being tested. Howard Cross III has also been in and out of this game with an injury. He missed last week’s game vs. BYU with a high-ankle sprain.
The Fighting Irish are also without senior defensive lineman Jacob Lacey, who decided to leave the program earlier this month so he could preserve his year of eligibility.
Notre Dame’s defense has been solid against the Cardinal so far this game. Stanford scored just 10 points in the first half and averaged only 4.8 yards per play through 3 quarters.
Notre Dame is looking for its fourth straight win in 2022.