SEC Football Morning Coffee: Injury Update on Missouri QB James Franklin
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Good morning, SEC friends. Here are a few things to check out before you start watching the Masters and/or the MLB season opener today:
Missouri quarterback James Franklin is not expected to miss time during the regular season following his shoulder surgery, writes Dave Matter of the Columbia Daily Tribune.
Tennessee linebacker Christian Harris suffered a torn ACL and is out for the remainder of spring, according to Austin Ward of GoVolsXtra.com.
According to Robbie Andreu of The Gainesville Sun, Florida's offensive line is out to fix the reputation that it earned a year ago.
Defensive back Nick Glass committed to Georgia's class of 2014, according to Dean Legge of DawgPost.com.
Redshirt freshman Kris Frost seems to have settled in as Auburn's starting strongside linebacker, according to Joel Erickson of the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer.
Alabama needs more bodies at running back this spring, so the Tide moved Brent Calloway from linebacker back to running back/H-back for Wednesday's practice, according to Don Kausler Jr. of AL.com.
According to the Bryan-College Station Eagle, Texas A&M's offensive line is still getting used to the fast pace of new head coach Kevin Sumlin's offense.
Ole Miss wide receiver Tobias Singleton got some time at running back at practice, according to Hugh Kellenberger of the Clarion-Ledger.
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