Fresno State forward Karachi Edo, who injured his right ankle in the Bulldogs’ Feb. 8 loss at Wyoming in four overtimes, has started to do some light rehab work. He will not play in the regular-season finale on Saturday against UNLV at Save Mart Center, and is regarded as questionable to play next week in the Mountain West Conference Tournament.
Fresno State forward Karachi Edo, who injured his right ankle in the Bulldogs’ Feb. 8 loss at Wyoming in four overtimes, has started to do some light rehab work. He will not play in the regular-season finale on Saturday against UNLV at Save Mart Center, and is regarded as questionable to play next week in the Mountain West Conference Tournament. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com
Fresno State forward Karachi Edo, who injured his right ankle in the Bulldogs’ Feb. 8 loss at Wyoming in four overtimes, has started to do some light rehab work. He will not play in the regular-season finale on Saturday against UNLV at Save Mart Center, and is regarded as questionable to play next week in the Mountain West Conference Tournament. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com

Edo questionable for MW tournament, but on road back from ankle injury

March 03, 2017 4:42 PM

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