Cal running back Jahvid Best made an ugly landing on his neck after an unbelievable leap over an Oregon State defender for a touchdown tonight.
Best was attended to by doctors for a prolonged period on the field before being immobilized on a stretcher.
The AP reports:
Best’s helmet came off on impact. He vaulted into the air over safety Cameron Collins. Paramedics removed his jersey and Best was on oxygen when carted away.
Not a good sign. Hopefully oxygen is precautionary.
Video after the jump.
I’ll be following news about his condition thoroughout the evening. Goes without saying that our thoughts are with Best at the moment.
UPDATE: The ASSOCIATED PRESS reports:
Best had movement in all of his extremities, Cal spokesman Herb Benenson said. Benenson also said that a preliminary evaluation showed Best sustained a concussion, but more tests were being done before a final diagnosis would be announced by the school.