Alabama se Devonta Smith verlaat die nasionale titelwedstryd met 'n handbesering na ongelooflike 1ste helfte

Alabama's Devonta Smith leaves national title game with hand injury after incredible 1st half

Alabama star Devonta Smith left the college football national championship game in the third quarter after an impressive first half against Ohio-staat on Monday night.

On the Crimson Tide’s first drive of the third quarter, Smith was seen getting jammed up by an Ohio State defender. Replays from the play appeared to show Smith hurt his right hand.

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The wide receiver was taken to the team’s medical tent and then he was seen walking back to the locker room with Alabama up 38-24 late in the third.

Alabama said he was questionable to return with a hand injury.

Smith put together a historic first half.

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The reigning Heisman Trophy winner had 12 vangste vir 215 meter en drie raakpunte.

Those watching the game were concerned about the so-calledHeisman jinxwhere winners don’t perform well in bowl games. The so-called jinx didn’t affect Joe Burrow in last year’s national championship game aside from the injury didn’t affect Smith much either.

Smith, a senior had 105 vangste vir 1,641 erwe en 20 touchdowns this season. He got most of the attention this season as teammate Jaylen Waddle went down with an ankle injury.

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Smith has skyrocketed up NFL draft boards and could be the first wide receiver taken come spring.

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