Peltz to Undergo Season-Ending Knee Surgery

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Nebraska Coach Tim Miles announced Friday afternoon that junior guard Mike Peltz will undergo season-ending knee surgery. The 6-foot-2 junior guard from Alliance, Neb., has played in 14 of the Huskers' first 16 contests, averaging 2.1 rebounds, 1.2 assists and 1.1 points per game in over 15 minutes of action per contest.

Peltz will have a patella tendon debridement on his left knee, and the typical rehab schedule for the surgery is three to four months, allowing him to be at 100 percent for offseason workouts.




 
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