Shea Patterson’s Out For Remainder of the Season with Torn PCL

Shea Patterson has led the Rebels to three wins, including the season opener against South Alabama. Photo by Steven Gagliano

Saturday night’s 40-24 defeat by LSU wasn’t the only loss the Ole Miss Rebels suffered.

Sophomore quarterback Shea Patterson went down with a knee injury in the second quarter of the game. After trainers took him to the locker room and examined him, Patterson returned to the field in the second half and played most of it with a knee brace. But it was the last action Patterson will see in 2017.

Ole Miss released a statement on Sunday morning:

“Patterson will miss the remainder of the season with a torn right PCL, which was revealed in an MRI following last night’s game.”

Patterson finished the season with 2,259 passing yards and 17 touchdowns in the air.

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