LAKE CHARLES, La. — McNeese State officials say free safety Malcolm Bronson, an FCS All-American, will miss the remainder of the season after injuring his knee during the Cowboys’ victory at Weber State last weekend.
Bronson, a senior from Jasper, Texas, was injured during the second half of McNeese’s 35-21 win which improved the Cowboys to 3-0.
Bronson has been named all-Southland Conference three times, and could have become only the sixth player in league history to make the all-conference list four consecutive years, as did his uncle, Zack, a former McNeese and San Francisco 49ers player.
Bronson also was named to watch lists for awards honoring the best defensive player and top defensive back at the FCS level.
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