Air Force receiver Ty MacArthur continues to be out with a concussion that he suffered in the third game of the season at Boise State.
MacArthur had played through a series of injuries throughout his career but hasn’t been able to shake this one.
With only four games remaining and with MacArthur already having been ruled out for this week’s game against Army, it’s approaching the point where Air Force might have to wonder if bringing him back at all would be worth it for his future.
“The only way we’d do it is if medically we thought he was going to be fine,” Falcons coach Troy Calhoun said. I think absolutely it would be worth it for two games if that’s what he wanted to do. I can tell you he’s a competitor and that’s what he wants to do.
MacArthur entered this season as the Falcons active leader in receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns. He has rushed for 37 yards on seven carries and caught seven passes for 99 yards this year.