Breaking News
More () »

Boise State coach Bryan Harsin: Freshman Hank Bachmeier's injury isn't season-ending

The Broncos' starting quarterback left the game and went to the medical center. He later left to the locker room with his pads off.
Credit: AP
Boise State quarterback Hank Bachmeier high-fives fans after the team's NCAA college football game against Marshall in Boise, Idaho, Friday, Sept. 6, 2019. Boise State won 14-7. (AP Photo/Otto Kitsinger)

BOISE, Idaho — During Boise State's game against the Hawai'i Rainbow Warriors, the Broncos' starting freshman quarterback, Hank Bachmeier, left the game after taking a hit when he scrambled out of the pocket to get a first down.

Bachmeier was taken to the medical tent after he fell down when he tried to stand up from a bench on the sidelines. Trainers then took him to the medical center at the stadium. 

Just before halftime, Bachmeier was seen walking along the sidelines under his own power towards the locker rooms, with trainers carrying his pads and helmet.

It is unknown what Bachmeier's injury is, or how serious it is.

He later came out to the Boise State sidelines in the middle of the third quarter in sweats.

Sophomore quarterback Chase Cord took the reins of the offense over after Bachmeier left the game.

In the post-game press conference, Boise State head coach Bryan Harsin said that Bachmeier's injury isn't season-ending, and is likely a hip-pointer, or something along those lines.

This is a developing story and this article will be updated when further information is made available.

RELATED: No. 14 Boise State loses freshman quarterback Hank Bachmeier, beats Hawaii 59-37

RELATED: WATCH: Boise State coach Bryan Harsin and players' press conference after their 59-37 win over Hawai'i

RELATED: Former Boise State football player Dan Paul dies at age 30

RELATED: Game Tracker: Hawai'i Rainbow Warriors vs. No. 14 Boise State Broncos

RELATED: Game Day Guide: Hawai'i Rainbow Warriors vs. No. 14 Boise State Broncos

Before You Leave, Check This Out