Found September 18, 2012 on The Victory Formation:
PLAYERS: James Franklin
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Over the past offseason, Missouri QB James Franklin had surgery on his shoulder. Earlier this season against Georgia, he re-injured that same shoulder. When it came time to decide whether he could play against Arizona State this past Saturday, Franklin opted to sit as opposed to taking a cortisone injection, which would have reduced the inflammation and [...]

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