It was a rough weekend for college football players, as three Division I-A players suffered frightening apparent spinal injuries on Saturday. Luckily, the prognosis for all three is relatively good, as they are each expected to recover well enough to live normal lives.
Dante Love was averaging 144 yards per game in 2008
The luckiest is South Florida linebacker Brouce Mompremier, whose injury was feared to be serious after he lay motionless on the field after a collision during the Bulls’ game with Florida International. But on Sunday it was revealed that he didn’t have any serious damage and may be able to return to the field in a matter of weeks. Ball State’s Dante Love and Washington State’s Gary Rogers weren’t so fortunate, though.
Video of Love’s injury after the jump.