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Alabama Wideout Jameson Williams Hurt in National Title Game

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Jameson Williams, Alabama’s star wide receiver, suffered an apparent knee injury within the second quarter of the national title game and when he returned to the sphere through the third quarter he was wearing sweat pants and didn’t appear able to play.

Williams caught a pass from quarterback Bryce Young but spun awkwardly before going to the bottom. He immediately grabbed his left knee.

He was helped off the sphere and went into the medical tent on Alabama’s sideline. A couple of minutes later, he walked to the Alabama locker room under his own power.

Williams, who transferred to Alabama from Ohio State, had over 1,500 receiving yards this season and 15 touchdowns.

He had 4 catches for 65 yards before he exited the sport.

Alabama Coach Nick Saban said at halftime that the injury would give other players a probability to shine at the top of the sport.

Firstly of the third quarter, ESPN sideline reporter Holly Rowe said trainers declined to provide an update on Williams’s condition, and team officials within the press box didn’t immediately announce Williams’s status.

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