Update 11:16 p.m. King did not return, and Weigman finished the game as South Carolina knocked off Texas A&M 30-24.
Update 10:32 p.m. Although King was warming up on the sidelines throwing a ball, it is Conner Weigman under center for the first possession after King left the medical tent.
The Aggies still trail 24-21 with 9:54 to play.
Texas A&M Aggies starting quarterback Haynes King was injured in the fourth quarter of the Aggies game against South Carolina on Saturday.
A&M QB Haynes King apparently hurt his shoulder. True freshman Conner Weigman coming in.— Glenn Guilbeau (@LSUBeatTweet) October 23, 2022
King is in the medical tent on the sideline, and we’ll update here when we know more.
For the evening, the third-year sophomore is 17-32 for 178 yards with a touchdown and an interception. A kickoff return for a touchdown to open the game for the Gamecocks was key, as were a pair of turnovers on the first two A&M possessions. But since the early going, the Aggies have had most of the yardage on the field, and appear to have settled in defensively.
After a defensive three-and-out, King appears to be warming up on the sidelines with 9:54 remaining in the contest.
The Aggies entered tonight’s game as a three-point favorite, but are trailing 24-21 early in the fourth quarter.