Kendall leaves game vs. Cyclones with chest injury

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West Virginia starting quarterback Austin Kendall was knocked out of Saturday’s game against Iowa State after just one offensive possession. 

After the game, head coach Neal Brown confirmed that the Oklahoma transfer sustained an injury to his “chest-area.” 

“He got hit right in the act of throwing, and his arm kind of got behind him,” Brown said. “The good thing is, it’s not an arm or shoulder injury.” 

Kendall never returned to the game, and was replaced by backup Jack Allison, who went 18-24 for 140 yards and a touchdown. Allison also threw an interception late in the game. 

Brown said he expects to know more about Kendall’s status Sunday or Monday. Stick with www.wvillustrated.com for updates on WVU’s starting QB. 

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