TreVeyon Henderson shows major respect following injury to Michigan State's Jaden Mangham
Michigan State freshman DB Jaden Mangham was carted off the field on Saturday after colliding with Ohio State RB TreVeyon Henderson.
The entire MSU team gathered around Mangham on the field, and OSU head coach Ryan Day joined the crowd. Before Mangham was carted off the field, Henderson made his way over, and in a fantastic show of sportsmanship, embraced the injured player. As he was being driven off the field, Mangham gave a thumbs-up sign to the crowd.
Great sign seeing Michigan State freshman Aden Mangham give a thumbs up to the crowd while being driven off the field.
— Andrew Jerell Jones, Luke 1:37 (IG:twdbk3) (@sluggahjells) October 8, 2022
The collision that injured Mangham wasn’t Henderson’s fault, just a consequence of hard football play. Henderson, a sophomore at OSU, is a key part of the Buckeye offense.
In his third-ever game with the Buckeyes, Henderson broke the OSU freshman single-game rushing record with 277 yards on 24 carries and 3 touchdowns. Overall, it was the third-most yards by an Ohio State running back in a game.
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