Kent State QB Colin Reardon to play on Saturday vs. Buffalo

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KSU's Reardon to play on Saturday vs. Buffalo

Kent State redshirt freshman quarterback Colin Reardon has returned to practice after missing last Saturday's game due to an ankle injury, and is expected to start Saturday's home game vs. Buffalo.

Reardon sprained his ankle in the closing minutes of the Flashes' 27-24 loss at Ball State on Oct. 12. He started the first seven games of the season for Kent State, completing 120-of-202 passes for 1,199 yards and 10 touchdowns with four interceptions.

"(Reardon) is good to go," said KSU head coach Paul Haynes, following Wednesday's practice.

Two other starters who missed KSU's last game are also expected to play against the Bulls, star defensive tackle Roosevelt Nix (back spasms) and junior quarterback Dylan Farrington (concussion).

"Rosie should be good hopefully, and Dylan should be good too," said Haynes.

-- Allen Moff

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