Baylor QB Seth Russell carted off field after nasty left lower-leg injuries

Based on Baylor, Seth Russell continues to be identified as having a dislocated ankle and it is getting an x-ray in the stadium.

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Baylor quarterback Seth Russell endured a serious left leg injuries throughout the third quarter from the Bears’ game versus. Oklahoma on Saturday.

The senior was 15-31 passing for 148 yards a touchdown and 2 interceptions versus. the Sooners. He joined the sport with 1,978 yards passing, 19 touchdowns and 6 interceptions.

Russell was substituted with newcomer Zach Cruz.

Russel’s left leg was rapidly put in an aura cast and that he was carted from the field. The preliminary diagnosis would be a dislocated ankle.

Russell was accumulating the center as he was spun around whilst getting tackled. Russell’s left cleat was at the turf under an Oklahoma player and the feet didn’t pivot with the remainder of Russell’s body because he was spun down.

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The injuries am nasty that ABC demonstrated just one brief replay from the incident. People of both teams immediately called Baylor’s trainers towards the field after Russell was on the floor. We aren’t together with a video or GIF from the injuries because of its demands.

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