Temple quarterback Anthony Russo, who hasn’t practiced all week, will be a game-time decision when the Owls visit Tulane in Saturday’s American Athletic Conference game.

Russo injured his shoulder in Saturday’s 41-29 loss at Memphis. On Monday, coach Rod Carey said Russo was having an MRI and hoped that he could return to practice the next day.

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Russo again did not participate in practice on Thursday. The Owls have a walk-through scheduled on Friday before they depart for the game.

Temple lists the backup quarterback as redshirt sophomores Trad Beatty and Iowa State transfer Re-al Mitchell. Neither quarterback has seen any action this season for Temple, which is 1-2 overall and in the AAC. Tulane is 2-4 and 0-4 in conference play.

A redshirt senior, Russo has started 17 consecutive games, 26 overall in his career. He has completed 68.1% of his passes for 863 yards, nine touchdowns and six interceptions this season.