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Grusome Knee Injury For College Football Player [VIDEO]

Something went horribly wrong Saturday during the University of South Carolina’s game. Running back Marcus Lattimore suffered a  terrible knee injury when he dislocated his knee.  His leg actually bent backward.

South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier acknowledged Lattimore had a severe knee injury.

“Obviously, Marcus has got a severe knee injury, but we’ll let the doctors tell you exactly what all it is later on,” Spurrier said. “He’s such a good, young man. Good things are going to happen for Marcus. I don’t know exactly where and how.”

 

The video will make you cringe, because a leg is just not suppose to bend that way.  Our prayers to Marcus for a full recovery.

 

via USATODAY.com.

 

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