Posted February 19, 2013 on louisville.scout.com
Wayne Blackshear missed one game and left another early because of a reoccurring shoulder injury. But the University of Louisville sophomore said after Sunday’s game that his shoulder is just fine, and his game is sure improving. Cardinal Authority has an update on Blackshear’s progress.
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