Auburn DB Jeremiah Dinson tore three knee ligaments, injured shoulder against Texas A&M
Auburn coach Gus Malzahn said during his radio show Monday that freshman defensive back Jeremiah Dinson would miss the rest of season after being carted off the field in last Saturday’s win over Texas A&M. Malzahn detailed the severity of Dinson’s injuries Tuesday.
Dinson sustained a dislocated right knee, three torn knee ligaments and a separated right shoulder against the Aggies, according to Malzahn.
“It’s a pretty tough deal,” Malzahn told reporters on Tuesday. “He’s done an outstanding job for us as a true freshman, on special teams and on defense, so that’s a big blow for us. We’ll definitely be thinking about him.”
God got me. I believe in his plan. Thanks for all the prayers. Hard body. 20 gone be alright ?
— Jeremiah Dinson 3⃣ (@New_EraJD3) November 8, 2015
Dinson finished the season with 15 tackles in nine games.