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Torn ACL, MCL reportedly ends the season for Air Force center

Michael Husar

When Air Force travels to Michigan next Saturday, it’ll be without one of the anchors along the team’s offensive line. Per Frank Schwab of the Colorado Springs Gazette, starting center Michael Husar has sustained two torn ligaments in his left knee and is done for the year.

Husar, a junior who played in eight games last year, suffered the injury in the second quarter of Air Force’s 49-21 win over Idaho State. The Falcons already entered the season down a handful of players that were expected to be major contributors this fall.

Air Force was able to rack up nearly 500 yards rushing against Idaho State.

(Photo credit: AF athletics)

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3 Responses to “Torn ACL, MCL reportedly ends the season for Air Force center”
  1. raysfan1 says: Sep 2, 2012 10:21 PM

    What year is he? If he is a senior, this could adversely impact his going on active duty on time.

  2. Ben Kercheval says: Sep 2, 2012 10:52 PM

    raysfan1, he’s a junior. Should have included that before.

  3. raysfan1 says: Sep 3, 2012 12:02 AM

    Thanks, Ben. Presuming a full recovery, he should be able to continue his military career then. Still unfortunate for this season and of course the pain and hard work of rehab.

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