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Legaux injures his left leg in the Bearcats loss to Illinois

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By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer

Cincinnati Bearcats quarterback Munchie Legaux left Saturday’s game against Illinois.

Munchie Legaux (Getty Images)

Munchie Legaux (Getty Images)

He apparently has a series injury; however, an official update has not been released. He was hit when a pair of Illini players as he attempted to drop back to pass about midway through the fourth quarter.

His left leg was injured. And after being injured, he stayed on the turf for several minutes, then was taken off on a cart to the locker room.

While he was down, his teammates gathered around him on the field. Then, they had to fight on, as he was led away on a cart.

He was injured as the Bearcats were losing 31-17. And he had taken the most snaps for Cincinnati, but Brendon Kay also rotated in to share the quarterback duties.

Cincinnati lost the game 45-17, but their concern is with Legaux.

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