Johnathan Gray will miss rest of West Virginia game with left leg injury

Ronald Martinez

Texas will have to come from behind to beat West Virginia without the help of its star running back.

Johnathan Gray, the Longhorns' sophomore running back and leading rusher, was helped to the locker room after appearing to have injured his right leg in the third quarter of Texas' game against West Virginia.

The Longhorns still have Malcolm Brown, the other half of their two-headed rushing attack, but Gray has received most of the carries and has been the more effective of the two in 2013.

Gray had carried the ball 8 times for 56 yards prior to the injury.

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