FSU running back Dalvin Cook day to day with hamstring injury

FSU running back Dalvin Cook is averaging 158.7 yards per game, fourth-most in the country.

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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher says running back Dalvin Cook is day to day with a left hamstring injury.

Cook left Saturday’s 24-16 win at Wake Forest early after injuring his leg.

The Atlantic Coast Conference’s leading rusher was hurt while pulling in a seemingly innocuous 8-yard pass from Everett Golson for the 11th-ranked Seminoles. He clutched the back of his leg on the way off the field and stretched it on a trainer’s table on the sideline, but did not return.

Cook had a 94-yard touchdown run — the second-longest ever allowed by a Wake Forest team — on the series before he was injured.

He is fourth nationally with an average of 158.7 yards.