Top recruit Jacobson dislocates knee cap, season in jeopardy
PITTSBURGH -- Pitt freshman offensive lineman Chris Jacobson will have surgery to repair a dislocated knee cap, an injury that could force him to miss the entire season.
The 6-foot-3, 285-pound Jacobson, a left guard from Pittsburgh's Keystone Oaks High School, was considered one of Pitt's top recruits. He was challenging for a starting job, a rarity for a freshman lineman.
"It's just an unfortunate thing," Pitt coach Dave Wannstedt
said Monday. "We'll see what happens. We'll ...
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