(AP) NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Vanderbilt running back Warren Norman will have surgery on a dislocated right wrist on Tuesday, knocking the Commodores' top rusher out for the rest of the season.
Norman was hurt in the second half of Saturday night's 49-14 loss at then-No. 19 Arkansas. Coach Robbie Caldwell says Norman will need to have pins and screws inserted to repair the dislocation.
The sophomore leads Vanderbilt with 77 rushing attempts for 459 yards and four touchdowns. He also averaged 25.4 yards on 22 kick returns, and he ranked fourth with 11 catches.
Vanderbilt lost defensive back Jamie Graham for up to six weeks after having knee surgery.
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