He Went Head-to-head With That Guy, So I Was Like, ‘man, I Hope He’s Ok,’ Sophomore Fullback Chandler Cox Said.

On the team’s opening drive, when Sean White refused to slide. “I’m not going to slide on third down,” the 6-foot sophomore quarterback said of the play when he went head-to-head with senior linebacker Jordan Evans just before the goal line. White played another 23 snaps over three possessions before an athletic trainer asked if something was wrong. He said his forearm hurt, and that he guessed it was a bruise. http://www.tahlequahdailypress.com/sports/thunder-pg-payne-undergoes-foot-surgery/article_5278b1ec-a018-5f1e-8f45-003d0c6339c8.htmlIt wasn’t. An x-ray soon after revealed a break in his throwingarm that caused White to miss the remainder of the 35-19 Sugar Bowl loss to Oklahoma at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. “I think my adrenaline was going and stuff,” White said of his ability to play through the pain of an injury that put him in a cast and sling for the second half. White sustained the injury on a third-and-5 keeper toward http://www.montgomeryadvertiser.com/story/sports/college/auburnauthority/2016/08/03/auburn-wr-kyle-davis-out-few-weeks-after-foot-surgery/88052082/ the left sideline when he met head-on with the Oklahoma linebacker and immediately dropped to the turf. “He went head-to-head with that guy, so I was like, ‘Man, I hope he’s OK,'” sophomore fullback Chandler Cox said. “He got right up.” Cox was in the huddle before the next play, when White handed off toCox for the opening touchdown on fourth-and-2 from the 3, and the rusher said White showed no sign of injury. “I had no idea,” he said.

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