Shea Patterson’s season may be over, but the Ole Miss quarterback’s recovery process has not been completely set.
Patterson’s injured right knee will be immobilized for the next 2-3 weeks, and then another picture will be taken to determine surgery options, Rebels coach Matt Luke told reporters, including Antonio Morales of The Clarion-Ledger, at his Monday press conference.
Luke also said that Patterson’s recovery process should take 3-4 months.
Luke said Shea Patterson would have his knee immobilized for the next 2-3 weeks and decide on surgery from there. He said it should be a 3-4 month recovery process.
— Antonio Morales (@AntonioCMorales) October 23, 2017
Patterson suffered the injury during Ole Miss’ 40-24 loss to LSU this past Saturday. The sophomore was 10-for-23 with 116 yards and three interceptions against the Tigers in his final game of the season.
In his second year, Patterson threw for 2,259 yards and 17 touchdowns. He has 3,139 yards and 23 touchdowns over his first two seasons with the Rebels.
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