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Posted by Drew Martin
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Ragnow Suffers Season-Ending Injury

The top graded offensive lineman in the nation by Pro Football focus over the last two seasons and one of the primary candidates for the Rimington Trophy, Arkansas senior offensive lineman Frank Ragnow will miss the remainder of the season with a high ankle sprain, head coach Bret Bielema announced on Monday.
Frank unfortunately suffered a lower-leg injury, high-ankle sprain Saturday, Bielema said. On Sunday, we took a closer look, and its been confirmed now that hell be out for the rest of the year, unfortunately. He sustained an injury that will probably need a procedure. The procedure that were looking into will be about a 12-week recovery. Its one that is unfortunate that it takes that long. But, its a minor procedure that has had a high, high success rate. He should have a 12-week recovery and then be full strength.
The sad part is hes playing absolutely unbelievable football. Ive had a handful of offensive linemen drafted in the first round and he is at their level if not even higher. I put him in the same category as guys like Kevin Zeitler (RG, Cleveland Browns), a guy who started as a rookie and was a first-round draft pick, and Joe Thomas (LT, Cleveland Browns). The thing about Frank is hes an exceptional football mind, and hes an exceptional athlete for a big guy. At 315 pounds, his genetics, the way he runs, the ability to bend, move, flex, and his competitive nature, is just off the charts.
Ive had several NFL people tell me during the course of his first seven weeks of the season that hes probably playing not just as the best interior lineman but one of the best linemen in the country theyve seen all year. He was playing at a high, high level ng-injury/

Reply by AndrewL

And that o-line isn't all that good AND you have a rookie QB who doesn't move well in the pocket AND likes to hold on to the ball.

Reply by AndrewL

Looks as if Allen may play. I liked Ole Miss -3 w/ the rookie under center. Pass now.

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