Posted November 14th, 2009 by Brian
Filed under: Feature, Football

Roddrick Muckelroy may not be on the field to harass the Baylor Bears this season.

Roddrick Muckelroy may not be on the field to harass the Baylor Bears this season.

After hurting his knee jumping to celebrate a big play last week, Texas linebacker [tag]Roddrick Muckelroy[/tag] is listed as “probable” on this week’s official injury report for [tag]Baylor[/tag]. Normally you’d think that would mean we’d almost certainly see Rod against the Bears tomorrow, but since it is Baylor it might mean a week of extra space for his tweaked knee. I expect to see him in uniform but not in the game unless it’s an emergency.

The two other names on this week’s report are more familiar as defensive tackle [tag]Calvin Howell[/tag] remains out with his concussion and true freshman offensive lineman [tag]Mason Walters[/tag]’ foot is still keeping him out. Those two players are likely to seek a medical redshirt later in their time at Texas and possibly receive an extra year of eligibility.

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  1. reply to  #1

    Laura Tower

    I didn’t hear Sergio Kindle’s name mentioned during the Baylor game. Is he injured?

  2. reply to  #2

    Brian

    Kindle played, just a quiet day in the pass rush department. He had one tackle for a loss and also had one QB hurry. Lamarr Houston had huge game but otherwise it was a strangely quiet game for the defense despite shutting out the Bears for 3+ quarters.

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