Texas A&M’s game against Mississippi State just got much tougher.
Starting quarterback Trevor Knight left the game with a right shoulder injury he picked up at the end of the first quarter. Knight injured the shoulder on a 19-yard touchdown run.
UPDATE: Knight missed one drive and reentered the game for the Aggies.
Trevor Knight is going to the locker room. They working on his right arm/shoulder a moment ago
— TJ Werre (@TJ_WJTV) November 5, 2016
Jake Hubenak is coming in at QB for A&M in place of Knight.
— TexAgs (@TexAgs) November 5, 2016
Knight injured the shoulder on a 19-yard touchdown run.
— SEC Network (@SECNetwork) November 5, 2016
Jake Hubenak entered the game the Aggies. Texas A&M trailed 14-7 at the end of the first quarter. Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett returned to the action, but in a limited role. The Aggies got off to a poor start, as Nick Fitzgerald scored on a 74-yard touchdown on the opening play of the game.
The game can be seen on the SEC Network