Alabama RB Kenyan Drake leaves game vs. Texas A&M after big collision
COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Alabama’s rushing attack is off to a great start against Texas A&M, but the group is wearing a bit thin after backup Kenyan Drake left the game with an apparent right leg injury.
Drake took a helmet to his right thigh while trying to fight his way to a first down.
The hit that Kenyan Drake got hurt on. Looked like he took a helmet to the right quad https://t.co/H9XJ4v2lHL
— Matt Zenitz (@mzenitz) October 17, 2015
He left the field to get checked out in the medical tent, and then rode a stationary bike for roughly two minutes before putting his helmet back on and jogging to the locker room.
Starting running back Derrick Henry piled up 153 yards in the first quarter, but he has been dealing with reported lower-back cramping. Damien Harris and Bo Scarbrough are the next available options if Henry and Drake miss extended time.