By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
According to Yahoo Sports’ Pete Thamel, former Stanford Cardinal running back Bryce Love tore his ACL in his final regular season game. The Cardinal faced the California Golden Bears on Dec. 1 at California Memorial Stadium in Berkeley, California.
As a result of this injury, Love will miss significant time. That will include missing the NFL Combine in February.
He will miss the “Underwear Olympics” where teams around the league would have judged him on the numbers that he put up in a number of factors. This could hurt Love when teams potentially look to draft him in the 2019 NFL Draft.
The Cardinal won the game 23-13 over the Golden Bears in that Dec. 1st game. He had 22 carries for 74 yards in the game.
He did not play in the team’s bowl game in the Sun Bowl on Dec. 31. The Cardinal won 14-13 over the Pittsburgh Panthers, as they had to rely on Cameron Scarlett to carry the load in the contest.
The senior back had 166 carries for 739 yards in 10 games for the Cardinal during the 2018 season and six touchdowns. He also had 20 receptions for 99 yards.
In his career with the Cardinal, he had 569 carries for 3,865 yards, including a collegiate-high 2,118 yards during the 2017 season, and 30 touchdowns. Love also had 49 receptions for 465 yards and two touchdowns.
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