By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Nevada Wolf Pack senior quarterback Ty Gangi was able to practice with his teammates on Tuesday. However, according to Nevada Sports Net’s Chris Murray, Gangi did not go “full speed.”
He did not play against the Fresno State Bulldogs on Saturday. He missed the contest with a thigh contusion.
“Pretty obvious why he couldn’t play versus Fresno State,” Murray wrote in a Twitter post.
The team is not sure yet if he’ll be able to play against the Boise State Broncos. He is the second Wolf Pack player sidelined with an injury, as E.J. Muhammad had a season-ending injury to fix an undisclosed injury.
The Wolf Pack lost 21-3 against the Bulldogs with Cristian Solano as the team’s signal-caller. He went 22 of 43 for 195 yards. He also threw three interceptions.
Through five games this season, Gangi has gone 108 of 182 for 1,332 yards. He also has 11 touchdowns and six interceptions.
If Gangi cannot go for the second straight game, Solano would likely get the start again. On the season, Solano is 23 of 44 for 200 yards with three interceptions.
Gangi has appeared in 25 games in his Wolf Pack career. He is 435 of 729 for 5,379 yards. He has 43 touchdown passes and 23 interceptions.
Gangi went 16 of 26 for a season-high 342 yards with three touchdowns and an interception against the Portland State Vikings.