Samy Johnson Injury Update – A college football harmed on the principal play of the second half on Thursday night has all the earmarks of being OK after an alarming episode.
Samy Johnson, who plays for Arkansas State, was harmed right off the bat in the second from last quarter against Coastal Carolina when he attempted to run down Coastal Carolina running back Sherman Jones. The Arkansas State guarded back was on the field for a little while after the play and was encircled by his colleagues as he was set on a cot. He was subsequently taken to a clinic.
Overnight, Johnson tweeted:
“Thanks for all of the prayers everyone. Just wanted to let everyone know im doing ok and I greatly appreciate everyone!”
Prior, AStateNation detailed that:
“Butch Jones said Samy Johnson experienced back pain, but so far all tests were normal and an MRI was scheduled. Everything precautionary. Johnson was hurt in the third quarter of the game and transported to local hospital.”
Grayson McCall tossed a 99-yard score pass on his first endeavor and No. 15 Coastal Carolina beat Arkansas State 52-20 on Thursday night for its eleventh consecutive triumph.
McCall finished 18 of 23 passes for a vocation high 365 yards and four scores without interference.
Isaiah Likely likewise had a major evening, getting eight passes for 232 yards and four scores — all vocation highs — and starting the game off with the school-record 99-yarder.
He turned into the primary tight end in Sun Belt Conference history with four score gets in a game.