RJ Sneed injures left ankle against WVU

During a punt return play, RJ Sneed of the Baylor Bears injured his left ankle.

He got tangled up with his own player, and his left ankle twisted in an awkward way. He had to be helped off the field, and could not put any weight on his left leg.

Another injury is the furthest thing from what Baylor needs. The Bears are beat up all over the field, especially in the wide receiver corps. The Bears are depleted by players leaving for the NFL, transferring, switching their commitments, or simply not coming back.

The Bears are playing a ridiculous amount of freshmen this year due to attrition. It’s no wonder they’re winless, they’re arguably the youngest team in college football. Despite all this, the Bears are fighting on, and have a chance to steal a win from someone. Matt Rhule has Baylor going in the right direction, they just need to be able to play a complete game.

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