Kash Daniel injured his hand vs. Vanderbilt, but Mark Stoops expects his starting middle linebacker to play vs. Missouri. Stoops told reporters that Kash had a minor procedure done on the hand this morning and is considered day-to-day.
“I do, he should be back. He’s day to day right now. He had to get a little procedure done this morning on his hand. He’ll be back.”
Kash broke the hand during the Vanderbilt game but wrapped it up and went back in. After the game, he told reporters he was prepared to “club it up” vs. Missouri, which Stoops said will likely be the case.
“It’ll probably be some form of a club or cast. It’ll not be fun for him, but he’ll be back there. He really played a good football game this past week. He really did a good job. Played very good this past Saturday.”
What impact will the club have on Kash’s performance?
“It certainly looks awkward,” Stoops said. “It definitely affects you a little bit with tackling and things of that nature but he’ll have deal with it and he will.”
Knowing Kash, he’ll find a way to use the club to his advantage.