COLUMBIA, Mo. - Even with a bum knee, Henry Josey is working harder than he ever has.
The sophomore running-back is recovering this off-season after tearing his ACL at the end of last season. The injury ended a breakout year for the Angleton, Texas native. Now, he's working to return to the field.
"He's doing tremendous on his rehab," said Missouri Tigers offensive coordinator David Yost. "He is working as hard in there as our guys working in the weight room to get himself back."
Josey' 116 yards per game on the ground helped the Tigers lead the Big 12 Conference as a team in rushing. He also scored nine touchdowns. Josey led the Big 12 Conference in rushing through the first ten games, before his injury against Texas.