Wolfe out indefinitely with broken arm

Tim Dorst

Senior cornerback Norman Wolfe Jr. will miss an indefinite amount of time for the Flashes after breaking his arm in Saturday’s game against Kentucky.

Coach Darrell Hazell confirmed Wolfe’s status during a conference call Monday morning. Wolfe suffered the injury in the first quarter of Saturday night’s game in Lexington, Ky., against the Wildcats. He was taken out of the game immediately and did not return.

There is currently no timetable for Wolfe’s return. The Flashes resume practice on Wednesday, and their next game is scheduled for Sept. 19 against Buffalo.

Statistically, Wolfe has been one of Kent State’s top defensive backs. In his college career, Wolfe has collected nine interceptions, including a career-high five interceptions in his sophomore season in 2010.

Wolfe was named to the All-Ohio first team by OhioCollegeFootball.com after recording 20 tackles and three interceptions in just eight games for the Flashes.

So far this season, Wolfe has seven total tackles, one interception and a forced fumble.

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