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UM cornerback Brandon Harris before FSU game (via mannynavarro614)

 

Injuries! Who has one? Who doesn't have one? Who has multiple? What does the color of your jersey say about you? Can you lift your arm above your head? Why were you late to practice? Were you at the hospital? Can you walk? Are you bed-ridden? Etc. The big question this week is whether or not Jacory Harris is injured, and if he is injured, where is he injured? How many injuries does he have? Jacory's dad says that no, in fact, Jacory is not injured. 790 AM reports that Jacory has a torn labrum, which is a rather serious injury. The Sun-Sentinel reports that Jacory has a bruised AC joint, whatever that is. My source (I have a source!) on the UM campus saw Jacory with his right thumb wrapped. In his chat today, Manny Navarro says that he "doesn't believe [Jacory's] anywhere near 100%" So who knows. UPPER EXTREMITY injury it is. Says Leonard Hankerson:

"He's throwing the ball pretty good."

Injuries! Lamar Miller, who has been seeing an increasingly extended role in the backfield, was late to practice today (IT IS A MYSTERY) and was also seen wearing a green non-contact jersey. After the Clemson game he was seen with ice on his right shoulder. Reporting on this team has apparently become a cross between Watergate and Grey's Anatomy.

Injuries! In the same post linked above, Susan Miller Degnan reports that Graig Cooper was practicing "full go" today, although the defense "stopped short" of tackling him. Who knows what this signals, although the theoretical loss of Lamar Miller would be slightly mitigated by the theoretical return of Graig Cooper, who had one of the best games of his career last year in Tallahassee. Or we may see Storm Johnson and his non-redshirt getting carries. Again, who knows.

Miller Degnan also reports that Seantrel Henderson was practicing with the first team today.