On Sunday, the Texas A&M Aggies got some disappointing news, as backup guard JJ Caldwell was dismissed from the team and fellow backup guard Jay Jay Chandler was suspended indefinitely.
On Monday, the bad news continued, as it was revealed that starting point guard Duane Wilson would miss the rest of the year with a torn ACL.
Wilson, a graduate transfer from Marquette, announced that his college career was coming to a premature end on Instagram on Monday afternoon:
— Duane Wilson (@SwaggyDu1) February 12, 2018
Wilson originally tore the ACL back in December, but played through it until he couldn’t anymore, going down against Auburn last week.
Wilson appeared in 22 games, starting 16. He averaged nine points, four assists and 2.1 rebounds a game while playing a key role for the Aggies.
As Texas A&M heads to Mizzou for a game against the Tigers on Tuesday night, they’ll be severely shorthanded.