Colorado Buffaloes star Travis Hunter is predicted to overlook a while after he left Saturday’s sport towards the Colorado State Rams following the hit he took from a defensive again.
Hunter was injured after Rams defensive again Henry Blackburn hit him. Hunter appeared briefly later within the sport, however he wouldn’t final too lengthy as he could be despatched to the hospital for additional analysis.
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“It’s soccer on the finish of the day. Stuff like that’s going to occur,” Hunter stated in a Bleacher Report interview on Monday. “Simply gotta stand up and battle once more. Good factor the medical doctors stopped me as a result of if there was no medical doctors there I would nonetheless be on the market enjoying.”
Colorado coach Deion Sanders informed 247 Sports activities that Hunter could be out for “three weeks.” If that’s the case, then the two-way participant would miss the Oregon and USC video games arising in addition to Arizona State.
Sanders briefly spoke about Hunter’s timeline after the 43-35 double time beyond regulation win over the Rams.
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“However we’re going to do what we’ve bought do to care for him,” Sanders stated. “So, I do know Travis like a ebook, he most likely goes to wish to be out for 2 weeks, however we’ve bought to ensure his well being is extra necessary than this sport.”
Hunter had been talked about as a Heisman Trophy contender after his efficiency within the first two video games of the season.
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Colorado managed to eke out a win with out him. Shedeur Sanders led the crew on a 98-yard landing drive late within the fourth quarter to tie the sport after which threw two landing passes in time beyond regulation.