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Wyoming likely loses leading rusher to season-ending injury

Wyoming Fresno St Football AP

Unfortunately for both the player and the program, Wyoming’s running game has taken a rather significant hit.  Reportedly.

First reported by Robert Gagliardi of wyosports.net, D.J. May suffered a torn pectoral muscle a couple of weeks ago during voluntary summer workouts.  The recovery time for the injury is nine months, the running back said, meaning May will very likely miss the entire 2013 season.

Wyoming has thus far declined to comment on May’s status for the 2013 season.

As a true freshman last season, May led the Cowboys with 369 yards.  If the injury is of the season-ending variety, May will take a medical redshirt and enter the 2014 season as a third-year sophomore.

(Tip O’ the Cap: Cowboy Altitude)

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1 Response to “Wyoming likely loses leading rusher to season-ending injury”
  1. soundsofsuccess7 says: Jun 25, 2013 11:32 PM

    Wyoming surprisingly has some sweet Uni’s. Off topic but that came to my head.

    Best of luck to this kid in his return and rehab.

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