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Senior yell leader Cooper Cox possibly out for five weeks

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Senior yell leader Cooper Cox broke his collarbone after being tackled following the first home game of the season. 

Senior yell leader Cooper Cox broke his collarbone after being tackled following the first home game of the season.
Head yell leader Ian Moss described what happened and said Cox is anticipated to recover in a couple of weeks.
“Last Saturday after we beat Nicholls State he got tackled during the capture and as he went down his shoulder hit the ground wrong and he actually broke his collarbone,” Moss said. “He had surgery to help him heal a little bit quicker and he should be back within about five or six weeks. We’re looking forward to having him back.”

— Staff report

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