Anglin To Miss Spring Practice
March 27, 2000
Memphis, TN - Memphis, TN - Memphis quarterback Travis Anglin, who started the final four games of the 1999 season and led the team to wins in three of the four contests, has sustained a shoulder injury and will miss most of spring practice.
The redshirt sophomore injured his shoulder during winter conditioning work. An MRI revealed that he had suffered a torn capsular in his right shoulder and surgery would be required to repair the damage.
Anglin's operation is slated for Friday, March 31. He is expected to rehab during the spring and summer and barring any complications, should be ready when fall camp opens in August.
Junior Neil Suber, who also served as a starter last fall, moves back into the number one quarterback position. He will be backed-up by sophomore Scott Scherer and freshman Bran Webb this spring. Suber passed for over 850 yards in 1999, including a season high 222 yards against Tennessee in Knoxville.