New Mexico QB Took a Brutal Late Hit That Left Him Wobbling While Leaving The Field (VIDEO)
Lamar Jordan is sure to wake up with a massive headache tomorrow morning.
During the second quarter of Thursday night’s college football game between New Mexico and Boise State, the Lobos quarterback was forced to exit the game and head to the locker room after he took an absolute brutal hit from Broncos sophomore defensive tackle Chase Hatada.
OUCHHHHH. And stay to the end to see Lamar Jordan trying to walk off the field. Scary. pic.twitter.com/vInuvgGEng
— Cork Gaines (@CorkGaines) September 15, 2017
Hatada was flagged for targeting. That call was then reviewed and upheld, and Hatada was shown the door, ending his night early.
Jordan was replaced by backup Coltin Gerhart.