Auburn defensive back carted off the field
Auburn defensive back Jeremiah Dinson was carted off the field with an apparent right leg injury in the third quarter of the Tigers’ game with Texas A&M on Saturday, and did not return.
(al) Auburn freshman Jeremiah Dinson leaves Texas A&M game with injury: Cornerback Jeremiah Dinson left Auburn… https://t.co/WbG9jOY0xo
— Auburn Tigers (@auburnsports) November 8, 2015
Dinson was injured on a blindside block by Texas A&M wide receiver Ricky Seals-Jones. Seals-Jones was called for targeting on the play, but the call was overturned after a review.
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Going into Saturday’s game, Dinson, a freshman, had 12 tackles in eight games.
After the game, Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn wasn’t sure how serious Dinson’s injury was, but said things weren’t looking too good.
Malzahn says he doesn’t know the status of Jeremiah Dinson: “That’s tough. … It doesn’t look good, let’s put it that way.”
— Tom Green (@AUBlog) November 8, 2015
Auburn’s secondary was also missing starting safety Tray Matthews, who was out with an undisclosed injury. Matthews traveled to the game, but did not dress.