MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) -West Virginia quarterback Pat White's status for Saturday's game at Syracuse is uncertain as he recuperates from a bruise on his right thigh.
Mountaineers coach Rich Rodriguez said Sunday he wants to let White rest before making any decisions about the upcoming game.
``We'll see how he gets better during the week,'' Rodriguez said in a conference call with reporters. ``It's a thigh bruise, so it's kind of day-to-day with him.''
White was hit by a helmet in the second quarter of a 21-13 loss at South Florida when he was tackled after an 18-yard run. He limped off the field and remained on the sideline, but did not play again.
White wasn't scheduled to practice with the rest of the team Sunday, Rodriguez said.
``Those things you can't predict,'' Rodriguez said. ``He may wake up tomorrow, tomorrow's a day off, and get better. We'll see.''

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