Miami, FL) Quarterback Drake King He suffered a right leg injury in the late second quarter of the Cheez-It Bowl vs. Oklahoma State In Orlando Tuesday night. King sprinted to the right side at the first and goal from the 14-yard line in Oklahoma, and while trying to push a cannon into space, he sustained a knee injury when he planted it into the ground. He stepped forward and was stopped in the Cowboys streak 9 yards.
King, who is 5 feet 11 and 202 pounds, stayed at home for several minutes before two coaches helped him in the injury tent. Then the coaches escorted him to the locker room while he clearly preferred his right knee. The ESPN broadcast soon after the start of the second half reported that King would not return to the match and would be further evaluated upon the team’s return to Miami. He returned to the field in the late third quarter in streetwear. He was on crutches and on his right knee a knee brace.
The king who moved from Houston Prior to this season, he announced this week that he would take advantage of the Free Year of Eligibility and return to Miami for his sixth season in college football instead of choosing the NFL. He had 2,573 passing yards, 520 fast yards, 22 cross touchdowns and four quick landings in his first season with ‘the stick’
Nkosi Berry He entered for King and ended a campaign that resulted in a field goal that cut the Cowboys to 21-10. Before the end of the first half.