During the first quarter of Rutgers’ game against Ohio State, running back Mike Weber took a hand off and ran into a gang of Scarlet Knights.
During that play, Rutgers linebacker Greg Jones was injured in what looks to be a serious injury.
Rutgers LB Greg Jones hasn’t moved for more than five minutes now. Getting ready to take him off on a cart. Tough to see.
— Eric Seger (@EricSeger33) October 1, 2016
Jones was part of the gang tackle on Weber, and his head was hit by his own teammate. A video of the play is below, however the text incorrectly says “Syracuse linebacker” instead of “Rutgers linebacker.” Jones is No. 33, and comes in near the end of the play.
— SuperhumanSports330 (@OUeatSleepParty) October 1, 2016
Jones has left the game in an ambulance, and there were some even scarier developments on his injury.
Columbus medics said @RFootball Greg Jones lost feeling in leg and tingling arms on field. Feeling has returned/arms are still tingling.
— Lucas Sullivan (@DispatchSully) October 1, 2016
UPDATE: there is some good news with Jones’ injury, as he’s moving his extremities and is communicating.
Good news: Rutgers LB Greg Jones is communicating and has movement in his arms and legs, taken to hospital as a precaution.
— Steve Politi (@StevePoliti) October 1, 2016
We will update this post with any other new information we receive.