Jordan Canzeri Injury: Iowa RB's Father Confirms Torn ACL

During the day on Thursday, Iowa running back Jordan Canzeri reportedly suffered a knee injury; Thursday night, Canzeri's father confirmed to Rob Howe of Hawkeye Insider that Canzeri suffered a torn ACL.

Canzeri had 114 rushing yards in limited 2011 action, and hauled in a receiving touchdown, but he figured to be a prominent member of a Hawkeyes backfield that is full of question marks at this point in the spring and the subject of running jokes around these parts, thanks to departures by 2011 leading rusher Marcus Coker and promising freshman Mika'il McCall.

Now? Well, if you have eligibility, you might want to contact Kirk Ferentz.

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