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Richardson's Multiple Roles

He saw action in four games last season but suffered an injury that hampered his play. Now sophomore defensive lineman Jordan Richardson, an academic All-MWC player, has missed all of spring. He expects to be ready to go come fall, but the question is where?

"I tore my labrum this last season but still played with it like that," Jordan Richardson said. "They decided to do that surgery and I got that done in February, and since then I've just been recovering and doing a lot of lower body workouts. My upper body is getting weaker, but that's alright right now. My lower body is stronger than ever though because I've been squatting like crazy." Although...

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