There was a scary moment during the first quarter of Saturday’s game between Texas and Baylor, when Grayland Arnold was stretchered off the field following an injury.
Multiple reports after halftime indicated Arnold underwent a CT scan, which was negative. He was expected to undergo an MRI as well.
Baylor’s sports information department confirmed the reports of a negative CT scan.
UPDATE: A Baylor spokesman said an MRI on Arnold came up negative.
Baylor spokesman says Grayland Arnold, who left on the cart, had a MRI that turned up negative. He's gonna be OK, it appears.
— Brian Davis (@BDavisAAS) October 29, 2016
CT scan on @GRAYLAND_1 was negative, waiting on MRI results. Prayers up for Baylor freshman CB.
— Jerry Hill (@ViewFromHill) October 29, 2016
Grayland Arnold CT scan negative after going out with first-quarter injury, MRI being conducted.
— John Werner (@JohnWernerTrib) October 29, 2016
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