Boone, NC (Sports Network) - Appalachian State quarterback Jamal Londry-
Jackson said he expects to play in the Mountaineers' home opener next Saturday
after being knocked out of their first game.
The senior, a Walter Payton Award candidate, told The Sports Network on Sunday
that he hit the turf hard several times during the first half of ASU's season-
opening loss at Montana Saturday night and a pinched nerve in my neck caused
his left arm to go limp for a short period of time.
Londry-Jackson was taken out of the game late in the first half and did not
return to action. ASU went on to lose the meeting of perennial FCS powers,
Londry-Jackson said he expects to play against North Carolina A&T next
"I will be ready for this upcoming week," he said.
The Sports Network