LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger ended his Senior Day unceremoniously.
While driving his team down the field down 27-21 to Arkansas, Mettenberger took a hit to his left knee, which was already in a brace, and went down in pain. It appeared Mettenberger's knee hyperextended on the play and he had to be helped off the field.
The play resulted in a big gain down the field, but losing Mettenberger was a tough blow. After being helped off, Mettenberger was being examined by trainers with his mother there with him on the sideline. He attempted to walk around on the knee for a bit but was grimacing in pain.
Anthony Jennings replaced Mettenberger for LSU and managed to get the Tigers a field goal on the drive to pull them within three. Mettenberger reportedly had a standing invite to the Senior Bowl and has NFL aspirations. The extent of his injury is not yet known, but it could affect more than just his senior season.