SEATTLE - It was a big media day for UW Head Coach Steve Sarkisian, who met with reporters for the…
Cooper To Miss Season With ACL Tear
Cooper, a 6-foot, 201 pounder from Perris, Calif. suffered an ACL tear of his left knee during his true freshman year and reinjured it again in the summer of 2011 - again in a non-contact drill.
"It's been a long time," Cooper told the media Monday after his first practice back with the team after he had been fully cleared to play a few weeks back. "I'm excited to get out there and play again."
Cooper was asked about if there was any doubts he would play again after the second surgery. "Til the doctor tells me I can't play...if I tear my ACL five more times I'm going to keep going," he said, matter-of-factly. "It is what it is."
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