For the second day in a row, a college football player has been stretchered off the field after being injured on a kickoff return. During Friday’s game against Syracuse, Western Michagan’s Davon Tucker was blocking during a kickoff when he suffered an apparent head or neck injury.
Not what you want to see, as Western Michigan's Davon Tucker was down after the kickoff for several minutes before being taken off on a cart. Very scary moment in Kalamazoo on a continuously dangerous play.
— Matthew Wieselthier (@mcwiesel) August 31, 2018
This was eerily similar to what happened to UCF cornerback Aaron Robinson on Thursday night.
Here’s a look at how the injury occurred.
Thankfully it was reported that Tucker was able to move his extremities.