Missouri running back Henry Josey has undergone three separate knee surgeries since the last time he suited up and played in a game for the University of Missouri about a year and a half ago. So you'll have to excuse him for making a spectacle out of his return to the football field. Earlier today, he showed off the new haircut that he just got to mark his comeback to the Tigers. And, well, it definitely makes a big statement:

That's right, guys. As his haircut says, he's back. And Josey, who suffered injuries to his ACL, MCL, meniscus, and patellar tendon in November 2011 during a game against Texas, is looking to make an even bigger impression on the field when the college football season starts. As he told ESPN back in May, he's ready to go.

"I did exactly what I wanted to [this spring]," he said. "I'm really proud of myself and I give God all the glory for being able to be back out here and doing what I'm doing again. I'm 100 percent now and I have nothing to worry about anymore."

Welcome back.

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