Justin K. Aller
West Virginia's Geno Smith recovered after looking to be hurt, but his status will now be one to monitor.
West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith hurt his right leg in the third quarter against TCU, but looks to have pulled out of it. Let's keep an eye on him for the rest of this one and this week, though.
Geno Smith jogs off the field and then falls to the turf on the sidline. He is injured.— Tony Dobies (@DOBIEST) November 3, 2012
Bitancurt drills a career-long 52-yard FG to give WVU a 24-14 lead. QB Geno Smith is down on the sideline. Trainers working on him. #WVU.— The DP Sports (@TheDPsports) November 3, 2012
Geno Smith is jumping around, trying to walk off whatever the injury was, standing over offensive meeting now, looks to be okay. #WVU— Greg Madia (@GMadia70) November 3, 2012
Before the incident, Smith was 20-of-30 for 183 yards, two touchdowns and one interception. The one-time Heisman Trophy favorite has fallen off in recent weeks, but remains one of the nation's most important players.
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