DETROIT -- Purdue center Isaac Haas participated in parts of the Boilermakers' practice on Saturday, one day after fracturing his elbow, but head coach Matt Painter said he does not expect the 7-foot-2 forward to be able to return for any part of the NCAA tournament.Haas fell hard on his right arm in the second half of Purdue's first-round victory over Cal State Fullerton Friday.
DETROIT -- Purdue senior Isaac Haas fractured his right elbow during Friday's first-round victory and will miss the remainder of the NCAA tournament.Haas fell hard on his arm midway through the second half of a 74-48 win over 15-seed Cal State Fullerton. Haas appeared to be in pain after the fall but returned to play several minutes.Editor's PicksPostgame X-rays revealed a fracture in the elbow that will require surgery.
Michigan's football program has parted ways with its former director of performance weeks after he was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving.An athletic department spokesman said Thursday that Fergus Connolly is no longer employed at Michigan.Connolly came to the university in 2017 to oversee the program's sports science approach to training.Connolly also took over director of operations duties following the 2017 season.
Isaac Haas practiced in a brace today and wants to give it a shot, but Matt Painter says he doesn't think that's realistic.
"I'm not a doctor, but I wouldn't think he plays," Painter said. "He's fractured his elbow."
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