Oklahoma's Trey Millard tore two knee ligaments, out for year
Oklahoma won on Saturday but it lost an important part of its offense in the process.
After the game Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops announced that Sooners fullback Trey Millard had suffered a torn ACL and another ligament in his knee. Millard will have surgery on the knee in a few weeks and will miss the rest of the season.
Stoops went on to say that the whole team was "crushed by it."
Millard, a senior, has only 91 rushing yards and 64 receiving yards this season, but his value to the team is far greater than his stats show. As a starting fullback since his freshman season in 2010, Millard has been a key component clearing the way for Oklahoma running backs and protecting Sooners quarterbacks.
He won't be easily replaced.
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