Texas A&M quarterback Nick Starkel was helped off the field after sustaining a leg injury in the third quarter against the Aggies’ game with UCLA.
According to Ben Baby of the Dallas Morning News, Starkel was carted to the locker room minutes later.
Trainers took off Starkel's left shoe. He couldn't put much weight on it before they put him on the cart.
— Ben Baby (@Ben_Baby) September 4, 2017
Starkel left the game in good shape for the Aggies. In his first collegiate start, he went 6-of-13 for 63 yards while leading the offense to a 41-10 lead at the time of his exit.
Backup quarterback Kellen Mond, who briefly played in the second quarter, is now in the game for the Aggies.
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