Lynch: Doss back, Perez done for season

Bill Lynch opened his weekly press conference Monday with a bye week joke, talking about how long it seemed like it had been since his last press conference.

“I feel like I have to come in and introduce myself,” Lynch said.

But yet, the press conference had the feel of a conversation between acquaintances whose lives hadn’t changed much since their last meeting. The news was mostly what everyone expected it to be.

Just as Lynch had planned last week, junior wide receiver Tandon Doss will return to practice on Monday after sitting out the bye week and the season opener against Towson with a groin injury.

“He’s going to practice this afternoon, and I’m anxious to watch him go,” Lynch said. “We made a conscious decision all the way back on the day he injured himself. We took a look at it and the medical advice was that if we could just shut him down, let it heal, then hopefully he could go and we’ll be smart here in the next couple of days and then we’d have it totally healed so he could go. It could’ve been one of those injuries that could’ve lingered week after week after week if we had pushed the envelope with it. That’s why we made a conscious decision. We’re right on schedule. I would say the middle of last week, he really wanted to go. We said no. Then he wanted to go Saturday, we said no, because we had made the plans that he was going to go Monday.”

Doss is listed on the depth chart as the starting wide receiver. He’s not listed as a kickoff or punt returner, but Lynch said that doesn’t mean he won’t be there for Saturday’s game at Western Kentucky.

“I think as he goes through the week, he may show back up there,” Lynch said. “But we’ll want to see him get back there and do it again. Our hope is that by Saturday, it will be like nothing happened and he can do all those things.”

Junior wide receiver Dre Muhammad is also back on the depth chart after an ankle sprain kept him out of the Towson game. Freshman tailback Matt Perez will not see the depth chart this season, however. The former start at Maine South High School in Park Ridge, Ill., injured his knee during practice last Tuesday. Lynch said Monday that the injury has been diagnosed as a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). It will require surgery and keep him out for the rest of the season.

“That was an unfortunate one,” Lynch said. “Really when you go back and look at it, it was non-contact. When he made the cut, that was it.”

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