After practice on Tuesday night, Virginia Tech cornerback Kyle Fuller said he had a good feeling he'd be healthy enough to "give it a go" this weekend against Bowling Green.

Barring a late setback this week, he is indeed going to get a chance to see how his right shoulder will hold up Saturday. Fuller was listed as probable for the Bowling Green State game on Tech's injury report that was released Thursday night.

In addition to Fuller, left guard David Wang was listed as out for the game, which didn't come as any surprise. Offensive coordinator Bryan Stinespring said Monday that Wang, who suffered a severe ankle sprain in last weekend's 35-17 loss at Pittsburgh, wouldn't play against Bowling Green (1-2 overall, 0-1 Mid-American Conference).

Tech coach Frank Beamer also said Wednesday that Michael Via and Matt Arkema will handle the left guard duties with Wang out of action. Via has started Tech's first three games at right guard. If he slides over to left guard for the Bowling Green game, Tech (2-1, 0-1 ACC) will start Brent Benedict at right guard.

Fuller, who has six tackles and a team-high two interceptions this season, injured his shoulder in the second quarter of the Pittsburgh game. He said Tuesday night he was back to about 70 percent full strength.

In addition to Fuller and Wang on the injury report, freshman wide receiver Joshua Stanford was listed as probable with a knee injury. He has one catch for nine yards this season.

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