West Virginia QB Marc Bulger will miss at least two games with a broken right index finger, Coach Don Nehlen said. Bulger's finger struck the face mask of a Syracuse player while attempting a pass Saturday. X-rays taken at the game were negative, but further tests showed the break.

Sophomore Brad Lewis, who replaced Bulger for the second half, will get his first career start Saturday at home against Navy (1-3). Lewis was 8 of 14 for 64 yards with two interceptions in the 30-7 loss at Syracuse. . . .

Navy OL Hoot Stahl is questionable for Saturday's game against West Virginia because of a dislocated toe. He was injured on the second play of last week's game against Rice.

ARREST: Tennessee CB Dwayne Goodrich, a senior co-captain considered among the nation's best defensive backs, was charged with disorderly conduct after police say he threatened officers who asked him to leave a convenience store near campus.

HONORED: Virginia Tech TB Shyrone Stith was named Big East Conference offensive player of the week after rushing for a career-high 162 yards in the Hokies' win over Clemson on Thursday night. Virginia Tech DE Corey Moore and Syracuse S Ian McIntosh shared defensive honors.