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Mike Safran reports that Marcus's knee surgery today went "GREAT!"
Follow me on Twitter @MeetMeAtThe50 for original thoughts and a good aggregate source of breaking info.
Pardon my ignorance , but who is Mike Safron? Thanks for the good news!
The son of Mr and Mrs safron
Follow me on Twitter, @chrisinstpete
Was there ever an official report on how many ligaments were damaged?
where is his report?
Really good guy who owns the Gamecock Shop on Whaley Street. Has a ton of vintage Gamecock memorabilia. Have purchased a number of things from his place. Loves the Gamecocks!
This post was edited by Hook Williamson 17 months ago
Reported at wltx as well.
My son's message to Obama, Clemson, and Georgia
Marcus' uncle reported on one of the fan pages on Facebook that the surgery went great and that Marcus was resting comfortably!
Glad step one is going well! Prayers to many many more small victories for Marcus. 21 Forever
So, as the above poster asked, any report on what the surgery actually repaired?
We will probably never know. They never officially released that info the last time. I don't blame them. It is none if our business anyway.
Agree, as much as I would like to know what his exact injuries were, it's really up to him and his family to share that and if they choose not to disclose it, we should respect that.
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