Corey Robinson injury: Troy's record-breaking QB carted off field

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Troy looks to have lost starting quarterback Corey Robinson to an apparent head injury against Western Kentucky.

Corey Robinson, the Sun Belt leader in passing yards per game, was carted off the field Thursday night against Western Kentucky after taking a hard hit on a Bar'ee Boyd sack late in the second quarter. The redshirt junior, a former Sun Belt freshman of the year and New Orleans Bowl MVP, looked woozy after emerging from a crowd of teammates and being helped onto a golf cart near midfield.

Robinson holds Troy's records for yards in a single game, passing yards in a season and more.

Looking on just feet away was famed sports physician Dr. James Andrews, who practices in the Birmingham area and was wearing Troy gear.

The three-year starter was replaced by Deon Anthony, a community college transfer and fellow junior. At the break, the Trojans lead WKU, 17-14. Anthony has gotten reps, with 13 passes and five rushes on the year and appearances in all five games so far.

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