Travis Hunter, a key two-way player for Colorado, was injured late in the tight double-overtime game against Colorado State and was taken to a nearby hospital.
Football fans were astounded by the horrific event, which also made them worry about Hunter's health.
Football World Shaken by Violent Hit In the first half of the game, Travis Hunter took a brutal late hit that shocked the football community.
Hunter temporarily returned to the field, but was unable to play further and was forced to leave the game prior to the start of the second half.
His abrupt departure sparked instant worry and required a visit to the neighborhood hospital for assessment, effectively ending his involvement in the rivalry game against the Colorado State Rams.
Comments from coach Deion Sander Hunter's condition was discussed by head coach Deion Sanders after the game, who said the star player will probably be out for "a few weeks."
Coach Sanders put Hunter's health before anything else, thus he withheld specifics regarding the injury from the public. Coach Sanders stressed the value of protecting Hunter's health in his news conference and said that the player's recuperation comes before the game.
The Crucible Hunter was overthrown by Colorado's Shedeur Sanders in the first quarter, which resulted in his hospitalization.
Hunter was unable to make the catch despite the pass interference call being made. Henry Blackburn, a Colorado State safety, delivered a late hit that knocked Hunter to the ground after the ball touched the ground. Blackburn's last-second hit led to a penalty and received harsh criticism from the sports world.
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