The Michigan State Spartans defensive line lost a handful of players to the 2016 NFL Draft and graduation, and now they have lost another projected starter in Damon Knox. Knox was waiting to learn whether he was granted a sixth-year of eligibility by the NCAA. If Knox was granted the waiver, he would have returned to Mark Dantonio’s team as the starting defensive tackle. However...
If granted a waiver by the NCAA for a sixth year of eligibility, Damon Knox was likely to start at defensive tackle for the Michigan State Spartans this fall. Knox, who dealt with injuries throughout his career, started three games for the Spartans between the 2013 and 2015 seasons, finishing with 15 tackles last season. He would have been one of the most experienced players returning...
In a surprising move that further decreased the depth along the Spartans' defensive line, head coach Mark Dantonio announced that defensive tackle Damon Knox won't be suiting up for the Spartans.
Via CSN Chicago
May 13, 2016
This is the unofficial Michigan State Football Scholarship Chart heading into the 2016 season: Last Update: 1/2/2015 Notes: Assuming Jack Conklin goes pro and Ed Davis, Brandon Clemons, and Damon Knox are all denied their appeals for a sixth year of eligibility, the Spartans have only one more open space in the 2016 recruiting class. This is assuming no player takes a medial...
The Michigan State football team had its first fall practice on Saturday afternoon but the real news came afterwards when Mark Dantonio revealed that junior defensive tackle Damon Knox will be out for an undetermined amount of time after undergoing surgery. The details of the injury and the surgery were not disclosed by Coach Dantonio and he did not give any indication as to when...
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