Ragin’ Cajuns’ Quave brothers: ‘There are not many dull moments with us’ _lowres

Photo by Brad Kemp/RaginCajuns.com -- Louisiana-Lafayette players Elijah McGuire (15), Mykhael Quave (70) and Alonzo Harris (46) sing tafter their 34-10 victory over Texas State at Bobcat Stadium in San Marcos, Texas, on Oct. 14.

The Cajuns were cautiously optimistic about the status of left tackle Mykhael Quave after he was injured late on an extra-point attempt against Arkansas State.

They received the official good news Friday.

Results came back negative on Quave’s injured right knee, according to a text message from a team representative, meaning he did not sustain a significant injury. Quave’s knee will still likely take some time to feel 100 percent, as Hudspeth intimated Thursday that he may have suffered a “bone bruise,” but he probably won’t miss any time.

The Cajuns took exception to how Quave sustained his injury. Arkansas State cornerback Frankie Jackson, a high school teammate of quarterback Terrance Broadway’s, went low on Quave on the extra point attempt.

There was less than a minute left in a game that was well in hand, and the Cajuns thought the low hit on Quave was unnecessary.

Quave was on crutches after the game, but with a 10-day break between Tuesday’s win and next Saturday’s home game against South Alabama, the Cajuns anticipate he’ll be ready to play.