The unthinkable finally happened and the Tuscola Kid looks to be injured, or at least he’s been out of the game for several drives. Jevan Snead, his backup, still getting into the rhythm of the offense with K State ahead 21-14. The Horns’ season could be on the line here.
UPDATE It was. Texas lost 45-42. I’ll always believe it was Colt’s injury taking him out of the game that caused it, even though Jevan tried hard and was at times impressive. But he hadn’t played since the Sam Houston State game and he turned in only mediocre passing (13 for 30) and minus 3 yards rushing. Texas fumbles and miscues played a part, as well. But K State always plays hard, and this year it was enough.