Davis Webb Injury: Updates on Texas Tech Star's Shoulder and Return

Joseph Zucker@@JosephZuckerFeatured ColumnistSeptember 26, 2014

Texas Tech quarterback Davis Webb (7) passes in the first quarter of an NCAA college football game against Oklahoma State in Stillwater, Okla., Thursday, Sept. 25, 2014. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)
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Updates from Saturday, Oct. 4

Chris Level of Red Raider Sports provides an update on Davis Webb's status:

Updates from Tuesday, Sept. 30

Aaron Dickens of Rivals.com provides some positive news for Texas Tech fans regarding Davis Webb: 

Updates from Monday, Sept. 29

Kellis Robinett of Kansas.com passed along comments from Kliff Kingsbury on Davis Webb's status:

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The Texas Tech Red Raiders will be without their starting quarterback as they attempt to claw back from a 10-point, fourth-quarter deficit against the No. 24 Oklahoma State Cowboys on Thursday night.

Davis Webb landed awkwardly on his shoulder in the fourth, per Yahoo Sports' Dr. Saturday:

Red Raiders sideline reporter Chris Level (h/t RedRaiderSports.com's Aaron Dickens) reported that the sophomore quarterback suffered a dislocated left shoulder:

ESPN's Sam Ponder (h/t Fox Sports' Stewart Mandel) reported Webb's night was done at that point:

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Losing Webb is a hammer blow to Texas Tech's offense. Before exiting, he had thrown for 374 yards, four touchdowns and two interceptions.

Fox Sports Southwest's David Ubben believes that Tech made the right decision to take him out for the game, though, considering the unpredictable nature of the injury:

The road doesn't get any easier for the Red Raiders after Thursday. Next week, they travel to Kansas State to take on the No. 25 Wildcats. The week after that, they welcome in a dangerous West Virginia Mountaineers team.

In order for Texas Tech to be a serious threat in the Big 12, Webb will need to make a speedy recovery.

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