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jakesnake66
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Southaven
Member since Oct 2016
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Where is Momo?
Sorry if this has been discussed. I haven't seen it so far.

Why isn't Sanogo on the field more? Is he hurt? Are they playing him #2 behind Campbell? Thx


jellyfish
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Oxford, MS
Member since Oct 2009
1328 posts

re: Where is Momo?
I believe he got passed up on the depth chart.


jakesnake66
Ole Miss Fan
Southaven
Member since Oct 2016
17 posts

re: Where is Momo?
Thanks. That's the only conclusion I could come to, on he indeed was listed as #2 behind Campbell. And certainly after his freshman year Momo perhaps hasn't quite lived up to his potential, but given his ability it seems really unfortunate that they can't find a place for him.


rebel of fortune
Atlanta Braves Fan
Mississippi
Member since Oct 2012
3290 posts

re: Where is Momo?
He’s honestly probably not playing much at all when SEC play starts. He’s simply to slow to play in the SEC. He hasn’t played until the 2nd half in both games.


Insideradvantage
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Member since Oct 2014
4908 posts

re: Where is Momo?
Y'all think he was faster pre-injury?


Richard_Cranium
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re: Where is Momo?
Campbell passed him on the depth chart.


WhistlinDixie15
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re: Where is Momo?
Campbell is my hero


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pankReb
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re: Where is Momo?
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Y'all think he was faster pre-injury?




I'm sure of it. Wasn't it an ACL tear? That's hard to come back 100% from.


SaltilloReb
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Member since Sep 2018
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re: Where is Momo?
I haven’t missed watching him fail to chase down opposing players. Good thing he didn’t start against Austin Peay.


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Insideradvantage
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Member since Oct 2014
4908 posts

re: Where is Momo?
Broken ankle.


SquarePizzaRebel
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Atlanta, GA
Member since Nov 2013
1604 posts

re: Where is Momo?
Seems like Tony Conner. On paper an experienced veteran who at one point was hyped as one of the best linebackers with promise pre injury. After injury, doesn’t seem to have anywhere near the same mobility, which sucks. Still early in the season though, maybe in rotation he makes some big plays.


DMagic
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42865 posts

re: Where is Momo?
Well Momo wasn’t ruined by Hugh Freeze that’s a key difference


Smokerjoe
Member since Dec 2020
39 posts

re: Where is Momo?
Before his injury his speed, agility, acceleration were not his strongest attributes. Post injury he seems to have lost a notch in those areas that he was already less than outstanding in


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Henry Jones Jr
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re: Where is Momo?
What players did Freeze ruin?


handy010
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Mississippi
Member since Mar 2016
29 posts

re: Where is Momo?
Tony Conner. He had hurt his knee a week or so earlier, but instead of sitting him and letting him recover, Freeze played him and sure enough he blew the knee out. Conner was never the same


Insideradvantage
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Member since Oct 2014
4908 posts

re: Where is Momo?
Pretty certain the way it went down was Conner tore cartilage in that knee, had surgery and might have been allowed to come back a little too soon.


handy010
Ole Miss Fan
Mississippi
Member since Mar 2016
29 posts

re: Where is Momo?
My understanding was it was a sprained knee and he needed to sit a few weeks, but I might be mistaken


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Lawyered
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Member since Oct 2016
15549 posts

re: Where is Momo?
MoMo getting reps up 40 against the Wave


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