Mo Walker could miss entire season

Gophers big man Mo Walker could miss the entire season. Tubby Smith says, "It might be best that he doesn't play this year." Walker, a 6'10'' forward, underwent reconstructive knee surgery in January and has been rehabbing ever since.
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Gophers big man Mo Walker could miss the entire season. Tubby Smith says, "It might be best that he doesn't play this year." Walker, a 6'10'' forward, underwent reconstructive knee surgery in January and has been rehabbing ever since.

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