Western Michigan Quarterback Jon Wassink Out For Remainder Of Season (Broken Collarbone)
According to Patrick Nothaft of Michigan Live, Western Michigan quarterback Jon Wassink will be out for the remainder of the year due to a broken collarbone.
Jon Wassink sustained his collarbone early in the fourth quarter when Eastern Michigan defensive lineman Maxx Crosby sacked Wassink, his second serious hit to his shoulder in the game. Jon Wassink was replaced by true freshman Reece Goddard who was able to come in a secure the victory for the Broncos in overtime.
Western Michigan head coach Tim Lester spoke to the media on Tuesday saying that Wassink will miss 6-8 weeks and Reece Goddard will remain as the starter. Western Michigan is 5-3 on the season and has a rival Central Michigan this week and Nothern Illinois the following week.