...says Denzel Valentine of Big Ten Tourney favorite MSU, which is 5-7 in its last 12 games. Cumong, man.
I noticed in the latest post from Spring Practice up on Rivals that Je'Ron Stokes wasn't anywhere to be seen at practice yesterday.
I saw Je'Ron outside of South Quad on Wednesday evening sporting a hard, walking cast/boot thing on I believe his left foot. He was limping pretty obviously.
No idea how bad the injury is, but given some of the concern about outside receivers it isn't good news. Hopefully nothing major.
UPDATE - Chenglis confirms on Twitter it's an ankle, no mention of severity. (Vlad knee sprain too )
Here is an update on Josh Furman's knee injury sustained in the Maryland 4A State Championship game from the Washington Post
"The day after the title game Josh Furman saw an orthopedic surgeon, whoo said there didn't appear to be any ligament or structural damage and cleared Furman to playi in the Maryland Crab Bowl all-star game on Dec. 19. Furman will undergo a precautionary MRI exam on Friday, according to his father."
Furman is a class of 2010 recruit that has narrowed his choices to Michigan and Virginia Tech. He plans to announce his decision at the Crab Bowl.
I just received a text from a friend who is going to the game tomorrow*. He is staying at the hotel with the team and apparently has been told that Minor did not make the trip.
*yes, I realize this is speculation, but F***.
The loss would have been tough enough to take, but we lost some good players today. I cannot believe that Hemingway was able to walk around on the sideline after taking the hit by Warren to his knee. Also, Molk looks like he is a few weeks away (if we are lucky) from being able to play again. Hopefully, Forcier can continue to play.
According to VB - he's out 4-6 weeks.