Jameson Williams injury: Alabama’s star wideout injures leg in national title game


Alabama’s pleasure after pulling off its longest play of the Faculty Soccer Playoff remaining was rapidly tempered when its star wideout went down with what seemed to be a extreme harm.

Broad receiver Jameson Williams hauled in a 40-yard reception, streaking down the center of the sphere to beat the Georgia secondary. In making an attempt to make a reduce to keep away from a sort out, he stepped awkwardly together with his left leg, falling to the turf and instantly grabbing his left knee in ache.

Williams was helped off the sphere, placing no weight on his left leg and went into the medical tent on the sideline. He was later proven strolling to the locker room with none help.