Colt McCoy injury update: Texas Longhorn quarterback Colt McCoy is back on the field, encouraging his team during their match against the Crimson Tide.Â Colt McCoy’s injury took place when he took a helmet to his throwing shoulder during the first four minutes of the game.
So far, the loss of McCoy could be to blame for the beating that the Longhorns are taking against the Crimson Tide.Â A true freshman has taken over Colt McCoy, a two time Heisman Trophy nominee’s, spot – and things aren’t looking so hot.
Even though Colt McCoy’s injury wasn’t serious enough to send him to the hospital, he’s not going to play during the rest of the game.Â With a 13-0 record, the injury could cost his team their unbeaten streak.
Alabama has taken football by storm this year, and is even responsible for the meltdown of Tim Tebow – who was seen crying after Florida’s loss to Alabama at the SEC championship game.
So far, Colt McCoy’s x-rays are said to be negative, and that the shoulder injury could be a sprain.Â The trainers won’t let him back in the game, as they need to make sure that they confirm that the injury isn’t serious.Â After all, this young man has a possible NFL career to worry about!
For now, Colt McCoy’s injury doesn’t appear to be too awful bad. Let’s just hope it doesn’t have permanent repercussions for the promising young football player.