Clay Cundiff, Wisconsin TE, carted off following apparent serious injury vs. Ohio State
Wisconsin junior tight end Clay Cundiff had a scary moment as he went down with a scary leg injury in the Week 4 game against Ohio State. As Cundiff was being carted away, he appeared to mouth the words “it snapped.”
Cundiff went down after a hit to the legs from Ohio State DB Tanner McCalister. Cundiff immediately grabbed at the lower portion of his left leg and was in visible pain before being surrounded by his teammates.
Prayers up for Clay Cundiff. Looked terrible. pic.twitter.com/iBa8hiEvkh
— David Hookstead (@dhookstead) September 25, 2022
Sending positive vibes Wisconsin TE Clay Cundiff's way. pic.twitter.com/8Rz8nYj0ij
— Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) September 25, 2022
Wisconsin's Clay Cundiff seemed to have mouthed "It snapped" while on the cart. Absolutely hate to see something like that.
— Joe Collins (@joedcollins1) September 25, 2022
Cundiff finished the game catching 1 reception for 3 yards against Ohio State. Cundiff caught 8 receptions for 139 yards and 2 touchdowns in the previous three games this season.
Last season, Cundiff caught 3 receptions for 86 yards and a touchdown in 3 games. Cundiff suffered a season-ending knee injury in the game against Iowa.
Wisconsin was having a disastrous performance against Ohio State on both sides of the ball in the first half. The offense for Ohio State accounted for 328 total yards while the offense of Wisconsin only accounted for 96 total yards.
Ohio State took the 31-7 lead over Wisconsin at halftime.