Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield has passed concussion tests after being removed from the Sooners’ 30–29 win over TCU with a head injury.

By SI Wire
November 23, 2015

Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield has passed concussion tests after being removed from the Sooners’ 30–29 win over TCU on Saturday with a head injury, reports Jason Kersey of NewsOK.com.

Mayfield was pulled from the game for precautionary reasons at halftime, and was replaced by backup quarterback Trevor Knight. Kersey reports Oklahoma’s medical team will monitor Mayfield’s condition, but he should be able to play in the final game of the season against Oklahoma State on Saturday.

Mayfield has completed 68.7% of his passes through 11 games this season for 3,209 yards and 33 touchdowns, putting him in contention for this year’s Heisman Trophy.

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