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Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports
Multiple sources are reporting that Mississippi State right tackle will miss the 2014 season with a torn ACL. Per The Clarion Ledger:
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MSU coach Dan Mullen announced on Monday that Damien Williams will miss the entire season after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament. The injury leaves a gaping hole at right tackle.

Williams was slated to replace Charles Siddoway. Now Mullen has a couple of options. The first is turning to Robinson's reserves in Justin Senior, Rufus Warren and Cole Carter.

The problem is the trio has never played a game on the offensive line. Senior and Carter both enter their third year on the team, but were limited to special teams last year. MSU converted Warren to tackle from tight end this spring.
Mullen has 11 days to pick a new starter before the Bulldogs play Southern Miss on Aug 30th.
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

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I heard a rumor that he has been running third string for two weeks. But I can't confirm it.
Reply25 months
Anyone know where this guy was on the depth chart?
Reply25 months
He's been running third string for two weeks.
Reply25 months
He's been running third string for two weeks.
Reply25 months
He's been running third string for two weeks.
Reply25 months
He's been running third string for two weeks.
Reply25 months
He's been running third string for two weeks.
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