When freshman running back Tim Simon fell to the ground in No. 21 Ole Miss' 16-10 loss to South Carolina Thursday, head athletic trainer Tim Mullins knew something wasn't right.
Even worse, when Simon attempted to stand and couldn't, Mullins said his first inclination was a severe knee injury.
With Simon undergoing major knee surgery the day before, Mullins, along with Rebel head coach Houston Nutt, stopped by shortly following practice Wednesday to speak with the media.
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Mullins: 'He had a very severe knee injury'
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