NORMAN, Okla. – Oklahoma freshman quarterback Trevor Knight may have suffered a knee injury Saturday against West Virginia.
Knight, who started the game, was pulled out in favor of junior Blake Bell, at the beginning of the fourth quarter. He completed just 10-of-20 passes overall and had two third-quarter interceptions in the red zone. The Sooners went on to win 16-7.
At one point, after being sacked in the second quarter, it looked like coaches were checking on Knight’s knee on the sideline. He came back into the game and didn’t miss a snap until he was replaced by Bell. Oklahoma didn’t disclose any injury information about Knight and coach Bob Stoops didn’t say anything about a possible injury.
However, according to Jason Kersey of The Oklahoman, Knight’s mother Tricia posted on Facebook, “Praying no damage to Trevor’s knee.” The post was tagged from Oklahoma City’s McBride Orthopedic Hospital. The Facebook post has since been removed.