In day one of the long day of practices for the talented Texas vs. Nation rosters, we have plenty of notes on the top talents of this week's games.
Today big winners were Justin Brown of Oklahoma, Armonty Bryant of East Central, DJ Grant from Texas, and Elvis Fisher of Missouri, but be sure to check all the updates from Monday's performers.
Missouri Tigers senior offensive lineman Elvis Fisher is eager to get back on the football field and help get his team back into the win column. He talks to ShowMeMizzou.com about what's ahead.
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) -- Missouri offensive tackle Elvis Fisher was carted off with an apparent right leg injury in the second quarter of the school's SEC debut against No. 7 Georgia.
The senior was hurt in a pileup on a running play in Saturday night's game and left the field with help from trainers favoring the leg. After time on the table behind the bench, he was carted...
COLUMBIA, Mo. The cracks toward Missouri's senior citizen on the offensive line are best served cold, with a pinch of recognition and respect. The verbal jabs are swung in honest fun in part because Elvis Fisher, a sixth-year left tackle, enjoys a good grin himself.
"Elvis," coach Gary Pinkel said with a straight face, "has been around here for about 10 years...
Missouri left tackle Elvis Fisher is the lone holdover from the Tigers’ 2007 recruiting class.He’s been granted a sixth year of eligibility, and he’s looking forward to his final season at Missouri protecting James Franklin.
Missouri is considering redshirting linebacker Will Ebner, sidelined by a high ankle sprain in the opener, and will appeal for a medical redshirt for offensive tackle Elvis Fisher.
Coach Gary Pinkel said Monday it would be a couple weeks before Ebner would be able to return. Fisher ruptured the patellar tendon in his left knee during preseason workouts.
Guard Austin Wuebbels (sprained...
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October 10, 2011