Henry Josey Has Surgery To Repair Torn ACL, MCL, Petaller Tendon

Injured Missouri Tigers running back Henry Josey has had surgery to repair several torn ligaments in his knee and is expected to recover, according to PowerMizzou.com's Gabe DeArmond.

#Mizzou notifies Henry Josey tore ACL, MCL, patellar tendon. Had surgery already, expected to recover, timetable for return unknown rt now
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Josey injured his left knee during the third quarter of the the Tigers' win over the Texas Longhorns Saturday. Josey had been having an impressive season for Mizzou, totaling 1,149 yards and nine touchdowns on 134 attempts.

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