Oregon’s enchantment of the primary half suspension of edge rusher DJ Johnson stemming from his focusing on penalty through the fourth quarter of final week’s sport towards Washington State was denied, based on Geese coach Dan Lanning.
Johnson, who has 13 tackles with a team-high three sacks this season, was known as for focusing on for main with the crown of his helmet whereas sacking WSU’s Cameron Ward with 9:28 to go within the fourth quarter. The decision was reviewed and confirmed throughout UO’s 44-41 win over WSU.
The enchantment course of, which was instituted by the NCAA through the offseason, requires the Pac-12 to submit a request to NCAA nationwide coordinator of officers Steve Shaw, who evaluations video of the play and decides if the penalty was right.
Bradyn Swinson will probably begin instead of Johnson at Jack linebacker.