Colorado soccer star Travis Hunter exited Saturday’s sport towards Colorado State and was taken to the hospital on account of an damage sustained on an unlawful hit from Rams security Henry Blackburn.
On Monday, Buffs head coach Deion Sanders introduced Hunter would be out for around three weeks whereas recovering from a lacerated liver.
Talking throughout a dwell stream on Monday, the two-way star opened up on his damage, explaining his thought course of and thanking the crew’s docs.
“It’s soccer on the finish of the day, stuff like that’s going to occur, so I simply keep humble,” stated Hunter whereas wearing what seems to be a giraffe onesie. “It’s soccer. One thing dangerous goes to occur on the sphere in the end. Simply received to stand up and struggle once more… Good factor the physician stopped me as a result of, if there was no docs there, I’d nonetheless be on the market taking part in.”
Travis Hunter opens up on his damage after Saturday’s sport pic.twitter.com/XD3JNxxYv9
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The unlawful hit on Hunter occurred within the second quarter. Hunter returned for the second half however was ultimately faraway from the sport, and was later taken to the hospital.
Previous to exiting the sport throughout Saturday’s 43-35 double time beyond regulation victory, Hunter had two receptions for 21 yards, in addition to two tackles on protection.