Potts Has Sprained Jaw, No Concussion

Texas Tech quarterback Taylor Potts was rushed to the hospital Saturday night after Tech's 34-17 loss.

LUBBOCK — Texas Tech quarterback Taylor Potts was diagnosed with a sprained jaw after being evaluated Saturday night following Texas Tech's 34-17 loss to No. 18 Oklahoma State.

The senior quarterback was place in an ambulance parked near the entrance to Tech's locker room immediately after the team left the field and was taken to a local hospital to be evaluated.

Potts was hit several times during Saturday's game and was x-rayed at halftime for precautionary reasons.

He passed all concussion tests given to him on the field by Tech athletic trainer Arnold Gamber. All tests also came back negative at the hospital.

Tech athletic communications director Blayne Beal said Potts should be back at practice on Sunday.

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