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HAROLD BRANTLEY RUMORS

Missouri DL Harold Brantley out for the season

Missouri Tigers defensive lineman Harold Brantley is out for the season following injuries sustained in a serious car accident. Head football coach Gary Pinkel told David Morrison of the Columbia Daily Tribune that Brantley was “lucky to be alive,” but could definitely make a full recovery and get back to 100 percent health. Gary Pinkel says Harold Brantley will not play this...
Via Campus Sports Net
July 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Pinkel confirms Harold Brantley won't play in 2015

The Missouri Tigers were featured during the third day of SEC Media Days Wednesday and head coach Gary Pinkel confirmed what most already assumed regarding his star defensive tackle Harold Brantley getting on the field this season: Before Brantley's single-car accident in June, the junior was expected to anchor the Missouri defensive front following the departures of Shane Ray and...
Via Fox Sports
July 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Missouri's Brantley released from hospital following car accident

Missouri defensive tackle Harold Brantley has been released from University Hospital following his recovery from injuries suffered during a single-car accident June 21, according to the Columbia Daily Tribune.  Brantley has not been released to go home just yet but he has left the hospital that tended to his lower leg, rib and knee injuries.  “Harold is making great progress...
Via Fox Sports
July 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Mizzou’s Brantley recovering from surgery after car wreck

News of a teammate having non-life threatening injuries, or really any serious injuries at all, and making a big recovery is always good news. The Missouri Tigers got exactly that about defensive lineman Harold Brantley. According to Missouri Net, Brantley is currently recovering from surgery following a one-car wreck on Sunday in Columbia. He had to have surgery on a fracture in...
Via Campus Sports Net
June 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Mizzou's Brantley upgraded to good condition after post-crash surgery

COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Missouri defensive lineman Harold Brantley has improved to good condition after undergoing surgery on his left leg following a car accident on Sunday. Rex Sharp is the associate athletic director for sports medicine at Missouri. Sharp said in a news release Monday that Brantley will undergo knee surgery in three to four weeks to repair ligament damage. Brantley also...
Via AP on Fox
June 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Mizzou DL Brantley and women's hoopster hurt in car crash in Columbia

COLUMBIA, Mo. -- A football player and a women's basketball player from the University of Missouri have been injured after their car flipped in Columbia. The Missouri State Highway Patrol says Harold Brantley, a defensive lineman, was seriously injured in the Sunday afternoon crash on U.S. 63. The patrol report says Madeleine Stock, a women's basketball player, sustained minor injuries...
Via AP on Fox
June 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Potential 2016 First-Round NFL Draft Pick Severely Injured in Car Crash

  Missouri Tigers star defensive lineman Harold Brantley, a potential 2016 first round draft pick, suffered “serious” injuries from a single-car crash Sunday afternoon, the Columbia Daily Tribune reports. According to the report, Bradley started driving off the left side of the road on U.S. Highway 63, and when he overcorrected to the right, his 2000 Chrysler Concorde slid off...
Via Gridiron Grit
June 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Missouri Defensive Tackle Harold Brantley Seriously Injured in Car Accident

Potential 2016 first-round pick Harold Brantley, 21, was seriously injured in a one-car accident just outside of Columbia, MO. on Sunday. According to the state highway patrol, Brantley’s car veered off Highway 63. When he attempted to over-correct, the car slid off the highway, hitting a guardrail and overturning. Pictures from the crash site of the car Mizzou DL Harold Brantley...
Via Sportsnaut
June 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Missouri’s Harold Brantley seriously injured in car accident

According to a report from Ashley Zavala of KRCG 13, Missouri Tigers defensive lineman Harold Brantley was seriously injured in a car accident on Sunday afternoon. It was a one car accident that occurred after Brantley lost control of his vehicle, struck a guard rail and overturned. Mizzou DL Harold Brantley was inside of this car that swerved off the highway just south of Columbia...
Via Campus Sports Net
June 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Missouri DL Harold Brantley Has First Fat Guy Play of the Day With Run on Fake Punt

Here at FatManWriting we like to recognize when the big men of the world do something that the large and in charge are not known for doing. So when the Missouri Tigers ran a fake punt deep in their own territory against Minnesota in the Citrus Bowl and gave the ball to 290 pound defensive lineman Harold Brantley--well, I knew it had to be recognized.Congratulations Harold. You have...
Via FatManWriting
January 01, 2015  |  Discuss
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