Trickett seems pretty tough. It’ll have to be pretty bad to keep him out.
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Remember the quarterback you adopted as your very own this past Saturday, the kid named Clint Trickett, the one who kept finding ways to get the job done whereas no one who had filled that role before him had produced much in the way of success.
Well, he may not play this Saturday night against Baylor.
No, Dana Holgorsen has not lost his mind. In fact, you can almost bet that if there is any way Holgorsen can get him out there to start the game he will, but as this week started, Trickett was nursing an injured arm.
The kind of injury? Holgorsen didn’t say.
The extent of the injury? He didn’t say that, either.
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