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Missouri Football 2012: Braylon Webb Undergoes Knee Surgery, According To Report

The Missouri Tigers will be without their projected starting safety for the next 7-10 days, as Dave Matter of the Columbia Daily Tribune is reporting that sophomore Braylon Webb underwent a minor procedure to fix a torn meniscus.

Webb's knee was a problem for him throughout the year in 2011, as he missed two games with the tear in the meniscus.

Webb was an All-Big XII Honorable Mention for 2011, in addition to being named Mizzou's Freshman of the Year after making 36 tackles and forcing a fumble in 11 games played (four starts). His health will need to improve before the season, as the team will need all hands on deck with their jump to the SEC beginning in 2012.

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