The Ducks QB was seen holding his left shoulder after a sack by Oregon State.
Ducks quarterback Justin Herbert did not return to the game for Oregon against Oregon State after leaving the field in the first half with what appeared to be a left shoulder injury.
The junior signal caller was sacked by Oregon State late in the second quarter. Herbert was seen holding his left shoulder after the hit, and true freshman backup QB Tyler Shough came in under center for Oregon for the last drive of the second quarter, handing off the ball for the final two plays before halftime.
Herbert had brought Oregon up to a 21-3 lead in the first half before exiting in the second quarter. Coach Mario Cristobal told reporters after the game that he would not know the severity of Herbert's injury until tests are completed in Eugene, Ore.
Sophomore Braxton Burmeister took over as the Ducks' quarterback in the second half and led the Ducks to a 55–15 win.