Missouri senior WR Jared Perry will miss the remainder of the regular season with a fracture of his right tibia, what’s medically known more precisely as the tibial plateau. Perry was hurt in the second quarter at K-State. There is still hope from Mizzou that Perry could return to play in a bowl game, depending on the timeframe of the potential bowl game. Pinkel and Perry on the injury
In 10 games, Perry has 46 catches for 696 yards and 6 touchdowns. He is 8th in the Big 12 Conference, and 45th in the NCAA, with his per-game receiving average of 69.60 yards. Perry also ranks 8th all-time at Mizzou with 1,844 career receiving yards and 9th with his 137 career receptions, while he ranks 7th all-time with 13 career receiving touchdowns.
I’ll have more on the injury from Mizzou head coach Gary Pinkel later this afternoon.