Opponent: Starting WVU RB out for game

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From ESPN.com:

West Virginia starting running back Dustin Garrison hurt his knee during practice Friday in South Florida and will miss the Discover Orange Bowl against Clemson, the school announced late Friday night.

Garrison sprained the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. He also has a slight medial collateral ligament sprain in the same knee. He will undergo surgery, and is expected to be out six months.

Earlier Friday, Garrison's parents told West Virginia Illustrated he had torn his ACL and MCL.

The true freshman was hurt during the team's first practice in Miami. Though the first 15 minutes of practice were open to the media, the injury happened while practice was closed. West Virginia was not practicing in full pads.

Garrison led the team with 742 yards rushing and had six touchdowns.

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