Former Clemson QB out with left leg injury after low hit
|Saturday, October 5, 2019, 7:08 PM- -|
Former Clemson quarterback Kelly Bryant was injured after a touchdown throw to put Missouri up 42-7 in the second quarter against Troy on Saturday.
Troy defensive tackle Travis Sailo drew a late-hit penalty after going low and nailing Bryant in the left knee.
An announcement by Missouri officials in the press box was that "Bryant will be out of the second half with a left leg injury." No other word yet on the severity of the injury.
Prayers up ?? for Mizzou's Kelly Bryant. That's about as dirty a hit as you can get. He went to the locker room before halftime. pic.twitter.com/QCTGZtK7eR— MyBookie Sportsbook (@betmybookie) October 5, 2019
Hit on #Mizzou QB Kelly Bryant was penalized. Late and low by Troy defensive tackle Travis Sailo. Lots of football left to play in a chippy game. This could get ugly before it's over.— Ben Frederickson (@Ben_Fred) October 5, 2019
Just saw the low hit on Mizzou’s Kelly Bryant. Wow...that stinks. He’s a good kid.— Mark Packer (@MarkPacker) October 5, 2019
Imagine being a no name D - Lineman for the low level Troy Trojans football team laughing on the sidelines after potentially tearing Kelly Bryant’s ACL. What a guy. #ClassAct— Brady Pfeiffer (@marioman05) October 5, 2019
UPDATE: Coach Odom says postgame that doctors “gave a pretty good report early on” for Kelly Bryant’s leg injury, but waiting to hear more after further evaluation.— Mizzou Radio (@MizzouRadio) October 5, 2019