Monday, February 21, 2011

Breaking: Jeff Lockridge Reporting Brad Tinsely "Probable" for the Tennessee Game

According to the report on his blog on the Tennessean website, Vanderbilt's starting point guard "re-aggravated a right ankle sprain during Monday's practice but remains probable to play on Tuesday night." More from Lockridge: "Tinsley sat out most of practice with ice on the ankle. The injury originally occurred in the Commodores' home loss to Arkansas on Jan. 29, but it had given Tinsley minimal trouble until Monday." With Brad banged-up, freshman Kyle Fuller is expected to get even more playing time. Andre Walker's return Saturday may be bigger than we realized as Tinsely nurses his ankle back to health.

We'll update this as we get more information

3 comments:

Andrew said...

Why ankles -- but only ankles? This cannot be coincidence. Does CKS have a footwork drill that involves a greased floor? Do they all borrow money from a loan shark who injures ankles? Have they all taken up the unicycle?

DRW said...

Any update on this?

Bobby O'Shea said...

No. Probable means he'll play. Whether he starts, or is inhibited at all remains to be seen.