Ingram Out With Torn ACL
Gator senior tight end Cornelius Ingram has confirmed to TV20 that he will be out for the rest of the season. Ingram injured his left knee Tuesday in practice, and Ingram says an MRI this morning confirmed that he tore his Anterior Cruciate Ligament. The Hawthorne native saw action in all 13 games last year. He was tied for the team lead in touchdowns with Andre Caldwell with seven.
Ingram was second-team All SEC last season, and a preseason candidate for the 2008 John Mackey Award, presented to the nation's best tight end. Over his career, Ingram has 888 yards receiving on 64 catches with eight touchdowns. Ingram says his focus in now on training for the NFL combine in the spring.
By Chris Price
WCJB TV20 Sports
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