Mississippi State WR De’Runnya Wilson leaves game with injury
UPDATE: In his postgame press conference, coach Dan Mullen said he doesn’t believe wide receiver De’Runnya Wilson’s injury is serious.
Mullen says they "don't think" the injury to De'Runnya Wilson is serious. They'll get an update after he's examined more thoroughly.
— Bob Carskadon (@bobcarskadon) November 15, 2015
With just more than seven minutes left in the fourth quarter, Mississippi State wide receiver De’Runnya Wilson left the game with an undisclosed injury.
With his team trailing 31-6, MSU quarterback Dak Prescott threw an interception to Alabama’s Marlon Humphrey, and on the return, Wilson lowered his shoulder to knock Humphrey out of bounds. Upon making contact, Wilson’s neck snapped back and the wide receiver fell to the ground.
After a few minutes, Wilson stood up and walked over slowly to a cart, which took him to the locker room He had three receptions for 38 yards in the game.