Keeping QB in One Piece Is Key for MU Season

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Keeping QB in One Piece Is Key for MU Season
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Asked to provide an inventory of his injuries last season, quarterback James Franklin led a guided anatomical tour of Missouri's schedule. "At Texas A&M I busted a bursa sac in my knee," he began. "Against Texas Tech, it was my ankle. My hamstring was from two-a-days. My hip and ribs were from Baylor. My chest and thumb were from Texas. My two fingers — you can see are a little off — were from Oklahoma State. I got a stinger from Texas in the back of my neck, had to come out for a play.

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