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Surgery likely knocks Ole Miss’ starting QB out of spring practice

Bo Wallace, Todd Thomas AP

When Hugh Freeze leads his Ole Miss Rebels onto the field for his second spring practice as head coach, he’ll do so without his starting quarterback.  Probably.

According to the Jackson Clarion-Ledger, Bo Wallace will undergo surgery at some point this week to repair an injured shoulder.  Wallace originally suffered the injury way back in September.

The 4-6 month timeframe for recovery and rehab will almost certainly preclude Wallace from participating at all this spring.  The surgical news comes just a couple of days after Wallace was named MVP of the Rebels’ BBVA Compass Bowl win over Pittsburgh.

In his first season as the starter, Wallace led the SEC in interceptions with 17.

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1 Response to “Surgery likely knocks Ole Miss’ starting QB out of spring practice”
  1. woebegong says: Jan 8, 2013 10:06 AM

    I wish the young man a speedy and good recovery. He plays with a lot of heart, and I think Ole Miss., with their good coach, is going to be better as it rises up, and gets more good folks, to play for it.
    The Nutt era, will become a bad memory.

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