COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ)
Quarterback Brady Cook is questionable to play in Saturday's game against Memphis, according to this week's injury report.
Cook suffered a knee injury during Mizzou's win over Kansas State, who was ranked 15th in the AP Poll heading into the contest. He was considered out for practice on Tuesday, but photos posted on social media by Mizzou football appeared to show Cook back at practice on Wednesday.
Daniel Blood was listed as probable on the injury report while Peanut Houston, Marcellus Johnson, Shamar McNeil and Brett Norfleet are all out for Mizzou's week four matchup.
Mizzou Football Week Four Injury Report:
- Probable: Daniel Blood (WR)
- Questionable: Brady Cook (QB)
- Out: Peanut Houston (WR)
- Out: Marcellus Johnson (OL)
- Out: Shamar McNeil (DB)
- Out: Brett Norfleet (TE)
Mizzou's game with Memphis is scheduled to kick off on Saturday, Sept. 23 at 6:30 p.m. The game will be played at The Dome at America's Center in St. Louis as part of the "Zou to the Lou" series.