The tide was rolling at the start of Alabama’s game against Arkansas on Saturday, but it suddenly stopped.
Bryce Young suffered a sprained shoulder in the second quarter of Bama’s 49-26 win over the Razorbacks.
He was assessed in the medical tent and left for the locker room during the quarter, throwing off his helmet in anger before entering.
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Young won the Heisman Trophy last year and is widely considered one of the top prospects for the upcoming NFL Draft.
He was 7 for 13 for 173 passing yards with a touchdown and an interception when he left. Jalen Milroe replaced him.
Young came out of the locker room wearing a helmet and was doubtful of returning. He was throwing on the sidelines before the start of the second half, but Milroe started the half under center and Young never returned.
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Nick Saban told CBS he will know more about Young’s injury in the coming days.