May 19, 2024

Miami overcame No. 23 Texas A&M in an upset victory, but not before a terrifying incident.

In the 48-33 victory at Hard Rock Stadium, with 1:56 remaining in the fourth quarter, Hurricanes safety Kamren Kinchens attempted to tackle Aggies receiver Ainias Smith but instantly went down.

Before the Hurricanes medical staff arrived to tend to him while he was on the ground, he seemed to gesture with his left hand toward the team’s sideline.

He was taken off on a cart and taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital after receiving medical attention on the field, according to the Associated Press.

Kinchens talked with fellow safety James Williams while he was on the ground.

“I was merely saying to him, ‘Observe me. Observe with open eyes. Inhale. You are fine. Williams reportedly said, “It was OK,” as reported by the Sun-Sentinel. “He told me he wanted to finish,” he said.

Hurricanes safety Kamren Kinchens was carted off the field in the second half of Miami’s 48-23 victory over Texas A&M due to an injury.

Head coach Mario Cristobal of Miami, left, watches as injured safety Kamren Kinchens lies on the field.

While safety Kamren Kinchens lies on the field, Miami players are standing there.
Miami head coach Mario Cristobal stated that the results of the initial tests were “relatively normal,” giving rise to optimism that Kinchens would recover even though he did not elaborate on the nature of the injury.

As difficult as it gets. Parents are watching from the stands, Cristobal remarked, as reported by the Associated Press. Very upbeat. Though I try not to get ahead of myself, I believe that things are heading in the right way.

After recording six interceptions and 59 tackles in his sophomore season, which earned him a spot on the First Team of the All-America football team, Kinchens is currently in his junior year at Miami.

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