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MATT HOCH RUMORS & GOSSIP

Missouri starting DT to undergo surgery for broken ankle

Missouri defensive tackle Matt Hoch, a starter last season and expected to be one once again in the fall, will have surgery to repair a broken ankle. Hoch shared the injury news himself by tweeting the news Saturday. Given the time of the tweet, that would set the surgery for today (Sunday). Hoch appeared in 13 games last season for the SEC East champions. He recorded 41 total tackles...
Via Pro Sports Daily
April 06, 2014  |  Discuss

ShowMeMizzouTV: Hoch Talks Transition To DT

Missouri defensive lineman Matt Hoch seems to have found a much needed home for both himself, and especially the Tigers, with the move inside to defensive tackle this spring. Matt talks with us about the transition, and what is ahead for him.
Via missouri.scout.com
April 12, 2012  |  Discuss
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