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Woodny Turenne, Mark Wetterer done for the year

It's like being pinched in the stomach when you're trying to take care of a massive head wound.

Put it on C.L.:

University of Louisville cornerback Woodny Turenne is out for the remaining two regular-season games with a broken clavicle.

U of L coach Steve Kragthorpe said this afternoon at his weekly media conference that the senior could possibly return next month should the Cardinals (5-5, 1-4 Big East) qualify for a bowl game.

Turenne, a senior, leads the Cards with five interceptions including a pick against Cincinnati in Friday's 28-20 loss.

"Woodny broke his clavicle, ironically, on the play that he intercepted the ball," Kragthorpe said. "…it was a clean one, no surgery or anything like that, so hopefully he'll be back in four or five weeks barring something unforeseen."

Sophomore guard Mark Wetterer, who started six games this season, is also out for the rest of the season with a knee injury.

A really tough break for a guy who came in with expectations that were probably too high for him to ever meet, but who, all things considered, had put together a pretty solid senior season. At least he goes out leading the Big East in interceptions.

The good news is that Victor Anderson is reportedly good to go for Saturday. Slow clap it up.