Alabama QB Bryce Young leaves game against Arkansas with shoulder injury

Crimson Tide fans hold their collective breath.

Alabama star quarterback Bryce Young left Saturday’s game against Arkansas with what head coach Nick Saban confirmed was a shoulder injury.

Young appeared to suffer from the injury when he landed hard on his right arm after being tackled near the sideline. Young stayed in the game after the game but favored his right arm while tossing the ball before making way for first-year substitute Jalen Milroe.

This is the room where Bryce Young got injured.

Young went to the medical tent.

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Frustrated, he snapped his helmet on before heading to the blue medical tent to get checked out. Shortly after, Young left the sidelines for the locker room.

“He has a shoulder injury. I don’t know the extent of it. I don’t know how bad it is.” Saban said at halftime. “They’ve been working on him inside, so I’ll probably see when we get in. »

Before leaving the game, Young was 7 of 13 that day for 173 yards, one touchdown pass and one interception.

Heading into Saturday’s game, Young posted a 68 percent completion percentage throwing for 1,029 yards with 13 touchdowns and two interceptions in four starts.

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