Collin Klein injury: Kansas State's Heisman-caliber QB might've hurt arm

Matthew Holst

Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein appears to have been knocked out of the Oklahoma State game, though it may be a precautionary decision.

Collin Klein suffered some sort of a right arm injury in the third quarter of Kansas State's game against Oklahoma State. While the Wildcats have a somewhat comfortable 38-20 lead, the far greater concern is obviously the well-being of their quarterback for next week and beyond.

The best we know at this point:

Klein is the Big 12's most efficient quarterback and second in the country behind Alabama's A.J. McCarron. He's also entered Saturday with a monstrous 639 yards on the ground.

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