Alabama RB Drake injures right arm against Mississippi St

STARKVILLE, Miss. (AP) Alabama running back Kenyan Drake left Saturday's game against Mississippi State after injuring his right arm.

Drake, a 6-foot-1, 210-senior, was hurt when making a tackle on a Mississippi State kickoff return. He was the Tide's primary backup running back behind Derrick Henry, running for 333 yards and a touchdown this season coming into this week's game.

Drake was down for a few minutes on the field before walking off. He eventually went back to the locker room with a large cast over his right arm.

Drake missed a large portion of last season because of a broken leg suffered against Mississippi.

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