Oregon vs Fresno State score: live game updates, college football scores today, Kayvon Thibodeaux injured
The Oregon No.11 is struggling on Saturday as he not only lost his best player of the game but ended up tied 21-21 with Fresno State in the third quarter. Oregon star rusher Kayvon Thibodeaux left the second quarter on Saturday with an apparent ankle injury and sidelined in the third quarter wearing street clothes and a walking boot.
Thibodeaux’s absence leaves the Ducks without their best defensive player against a powerful offensive attack from Fresno State. Thibodeaux made his presence felt early in the game with a strip sack that set up an Oregon touchdown, and it wasn’t until after his injury that Fresno State found an attacking rhythm.
After appearing to have twisted his ankle at the end of a second quarter game, Thibodeaux caught the attention of coaches and Oregon coach Mario Cristobal on the field before going on his own. With his ankle glued, he returned to the game before finally heading to the locker room before half-time.
The 6-foot-5 junior won numerous All-American honors last season and was named the Pac-12 Championship Game MVP. He signed up as the No.1 prospect in the 2022 NFL Draft in an aggregation compiled by CBS Sports this week.
CBS Sports will continue to update the state of Thibodeaux as well as Oregon’s suddenly difficult test against Fresno State. Keep it locked here.