The University of Louisville scored a 30-7 victory over Temple on Saturday afternoon but it didn't come without perhaps a major injury.
U of L star wide receiver DeVante Parker went out of the game in the second quarter with a shoulder injury and missed the rest of the contest.
After the game, U of L coach Charlie Strong said Parker had a sprained right shoulder and he would have an MRI on Sunday in Louisville.
Parker had two catches for 44 yards, including a 38-yard reception where he was tackled and had his shoulder jammed into the ground at the end of the play.
A former All-State player at Ballard High School, Parker has 21 catches for 375 yards and six touchdowns on the season. He had a streak of 10 consecutive games with a touchdown catch snapped in the game.
Parker's status for Thursday's game against Rutgers is unknown.
U of L also played without starting right guard Kamron Joyer, who didn't make the trip to Philadelphia because of discipline reasons.
Joyer is expected back on Thursday.