Not surprised. You could tell he was not the same after the Yale game. I really empathize with him. I felt the same way back in 1971 meeting with Coach Dunlap and assessing how I was physically. I had recurring pains for another ten years before completely healed and realize I made the right call, then, though it was the ‘worst’decision I had to make at that point in my life. But I found other avenues and interests that provided fruitful experience for my future. I hope Brandon has the same opportunities.
As for the team, we certainly need another back. Whatever became of Kee? The move of a DB to RB not bad idea as some of them have very good speed, but the ability to recruit another RB is needed.