Texas A&M quarterback Haynes King was injured against Colorado

DENVER, Colorado (KXAN) – Texas A&M freshman quarterback Haynes King will not return to Saturday’s game against Colorado after leaving with a leg injury in the first quarter.

King was helped off the field after being attacked during the second offensive series of the Texas A&M game. In the third quarter, he was left without a uniform. King is a graduate of Longview High School in his second season with the Aggies.

In his first outing last week against Kent State, King completed 21 passes for 292 yards and two touchdowns. He also threw three interceptions.

Zach Calzada, second in Texas A&M, is expected to take over for the rest of the game. The Georgia native has appeared in four games during his three years with the show. Saturday’s game is his first extended playtime, with his three previous appearances on reserve service in 2019.

Calzada struggled to move Aggies ’offense against Colorado, throwing for 52 yards on 7 of 19 going to the midpoint of the third quarter. Colorado leads Texas A&M 7-3.

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