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11/12/06-Norman, Oklahoma

Gilmer's Johnson Expected To Recover After Collision

Oklahoma team doctor Brock Schnabel, right, holds the head of Oklahoma wide reciever Manuel Johnson as he is taken off the field after being injured against Texas Tech Saturday, Nov. 11, 2006, in Norman, Okla. (AP Photo/Ty Russell) Oklahoma team doctor Brock Schnabel, right, holds the head of Oklahoma wide reciever Manuel Johnson as he is taken off the field after being injured against Texas Tech Saturday, Nov. 11, 2006, in Norman, Okla. (AP Photo/Ty Russell)
It was a sight no football fan wants to witness. A player carried off the field on a stretcher.

Saturday night, East Texas held it's breath as one of it's own was carried away. 

Oklahoma receiver and former Gilmer Buckeye Manuel Johnson was placed on a stretcher and taken off  the field after a tackle.

Manuel was said to have lost feeling throughout his body after the hit. The Dallas Morning News reports Manuel was kept at a Norman, Oklahoma hospital overnight.

Sooners Coach Bob Stoops was quoted as sayind no damage showed up on the x-rays and that feeling in Manuel's body had come back and everything should be fine.
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