A&M WR Morrow Has Surgery, Out for Season

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COLLEGE STATION -- Texas A&M wide receiver Howard Morrow will miss the 2007 football season after undergoing season-ending wrist surgery, Aggie head football coach Dennis Franchione said on Friday.

Morrow, a junior from Fossil Ridge High School in Keller, Texas, originally hurt his right wrist during a fall camp scrimmage at Kyle Field.

He underwent conservative treatment on the wrist, but the wrist did not respond, and, therefore, a surgical approach was needed.

Morrow, who did not redshirt his first season at A&M, has four career starts and has made 13 catches for 176 yards during his career. Morrow will have two years of eligibility remaining.