In the third quarter of the Baylor-Oklahoma game in Norman, Bears QB Seth Russell scrambled out of the pocket and after being hit by Sooners linebacker Caleb Kelly, suffered a gruesome leg injury.
If you want to see it, below is the video, but please note the graphic nature before watching.
Video of Baylor’s Seth Russell breaking his leg (GRAPHIC WARNING) pic.twitter.com/yV5ztdSttR
— Kyle Long (@HolaKyle) November 12, 2016
This injury comes almost exactly a year after undergoing season-ending neck surgery and Russell’s season and Baylor career is most likely over.
As he was getting help from trainers and being taken off the field, there was clearly a ton of respect from the Oklahoma players.
Instead of watching replay of Seth Russell’s gruesome injury… Watch this. Notice how much respect the OU stars have for this quarterback. pic.twitter.com/oIRtAIfCrz
— Abigail Ogle (@KOCOAbigail) November 12, 2016
Russell was carted off the field and the Bears announced that their QB suffered a dislocated ankle and will undergo X-rays.
After the game, ESPN’s Jake Trotter caught this picture of Russell on crutches.
— Jake Trotter (@Jake_Trotter) November 12, 2016
Russell had thrown for 19 touchdowns this season to 6 interceptions with 1978 yards. On the ground he had 82 carries for 436 yards with 8 touchdowns.
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