Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel left Saturday's game against Ole Miss in the first quarter with a knee injury. He was able to return shortly after, sporting a knee brace on his left leg.
Here's another look at the play:
The sophomore was scrambling to his left and made an off-balanced throw. He wasn't touched by a defender, which is never a good sign as Jerry Palms of CBSSports.com noted.
Oh boy. That Manziel injury looks bad. Non-contact always a bad sign— Jerry Palm (@jppalmCBS) October 13, 2013
Paul Myerberg of USA Today Sports chimed in:
Manziel goes down untouched as he planted his leg to make throw. Looked to be in some pain. That sucks.— Paul Myerberg (@PaulMyerberg) October 13, 2013
CBS Sports' Eye on College Football tweeted out an update on Manziel's status:
ESPN's Holly Rowe reports that trainers have replaced brace on Manziel's left knee, suggested he's expected to return to game.— Eye on College FBall (@EyeOnCFB) October 13, 2013
It was a scary moment for the quarterback but he was back to breaking ankles shortly after his return. It looks like that knee's just fine.