BYU

Taysom Hill out for year with lisfranc injury

For the third time in his career, BYU quarterback Taysom Hill suffered a season-ending leg injury.

BYU’s season opening win which had a miraculous finish with a hail mary pass from Tanner Mangum to Mitch Mathews to beat Nebraska, 33-28, but it was overshadowed by Taysom Hill’s season ending with another foot injury.

Hill’s BYU career could have been described as what could have been. The senior quarterback’s career is over — unless he wants to come back with a medical redshirt redshirt — after suffering a lisfranc injury.

The injury occurred in the second quarter and Hill missed four plays and freshman Mangum came in to play four plays. Hill seemed unaffected by the injury at the time, but he left for good late in the fourth quarter.

Before leaving Saturday’s game, Hill completed 21-of-34 passes for 268 yards and touchdown and rushed for 72 yards and two scores.

Her is social medias reaction to Hill’s injury.


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