Louisville WR Harris tears ACL, to miss season
Louisville wide receiver Michaelee Harris will miss the season
after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee.
Coach Charlie Strong said Harris was injured in practice
Harris tore his right ACL in December and had been attempting to
fully recover in time for the season opener against Kentucky on
Sept. 2. The sophomore from Miami was the team’s second-leading
receiver last season with 37 catches for 455 yards and two
A favorite target for high school teammate and current Cardinals
quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, Harris had been expected to be one
of Louisville’s starting receivers. It is his fourth knee injury
while at Louisville.
Strong says Harris ”provides so much energy to the team.”