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Jameson McCausland

Injury update heading into Saturday

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Tom Herman met with the media following Thursday's practice and talked about some key injury news as the Longhorns prepare to travel to Lubbock:

  • The biggest news is WR Collin Johnson tweaked his knee in practice. Herman said he still expects Johnson to play, but it will be something worth monitoring in the next 48 hours.
  • DE Breckyn Hager (dislocated elbow) practiced today and will likely play against Tech. Hager will likely be on a snap count.
  • CB Devante Davis (shoulder sprain) practiced all week and will be good to go
  • S Brandon Jones is still day-to-day with an ankle injury and is questionable.

No suspensions or missed meetings with week B)

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ok, what in the hell did Brandon Jones actually do where Hager, who dislocated his elbow, is back before him?  

Also, I dont think I'm fully recovered from even hearing about Hager's dislocated elbow.  How the hell is he even back?1  I thought it was more likely his regular season was done.

Good to hear about Davis.

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