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Oklahoma wide receiver Ryan Broyles will miss the rest of the season after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament Saturday night against Texas A&M, CBS Sports reported. Broyles, who broke the record for career NCAA receptions earlier this season, was injured during the third quarter, landing awkwardly on his left leg while trying to spin out of a tackle. The senior was seen in tears on the sidelines after he was carried from the field, Oklahoma's newson6.com reported. "I'm sad to report he'll be out for the year. We're all disappointed," said coach Bob Stoops. Stoops said Broyles would likely undergo surgery in 2-3 weeks, after the swelling goes down. The injury has likely ended his college career and could also hamper his readiness for the NFL draft, the website reported. ACL injuries generally require an 8-12 month recovery period and that could see Broyles miss the NFL Scouting Combine in February. Broyles rewrote the school's record books, setting new marks for career receptions, yards and touchdowns, and was widely projected as an early second-round draft pick. On Saturday he had two catches for 87 yards before leaving the game, which the Sooners won 41-25.
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