Jackson will likely miss Saturday's game
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Syracuse starting cornerback Tanard Jackson was released from the hospital Monday after being stabbed in the chest during a fight outside the campus student center.
"He's doing fine," coach Paul Pasqualoni said. "It's unfortunate. He tried to avoid what happened, and in the end he couldn't. We're just hoping for a speedy recovery."
Pasqualoni said Jackson probably would miss Saturday's Big East opener against Rutgers in the Carrier Dome.
Police said Jackson ...
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