Fisher’s injury forces more shuffling on offensive line

COLUMBIA, Mo. — Missouri had a contingency plan in place for its offensive line heading into Saturday’s game in case of injury.


With a rash of injuries, Gary Pinkel and the Missouri Tigers are facing a depth situation on the offensive line.

It’s a good thing for the Tigers they planned ahead.

When starting left tackle Elvis Fisher suffered a strained MCL in the second quarter of the loss to Georgia, it was time for more musical chairs on the offensive line.

Only the two starting guards, Evan Boehm (left) and Max Copeland (right), stayed in position during Saturday’s game. It was a mix and match for the other three.

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