Utah State’s Travis Seefeldt remains hospitalized

Utah State Aggies nose guard Travis Seefeldt remains hospitalized after suffering injuries in a car accident just over a week ago. John Taylor of NBC Sports’ College Football Talk reported the development, which was shared in a press release by the university.

Seefeldt, three teammates and a former Utah State softball player were involved in an accident involving a tanker truck while crossing an intersection that was a two-way stop as opposed to a four-way stop. None were wearing seatbelts and were initially reported as being critically injured.

The softball player, Sarah Vasquez, and the football players; John Taylor, Edmund Faimalo and Adewale Adeoye have all been released. Though Seefeldt remains hospitalized, the release stated that his condition is continually improving.

In three seasons with the Aggies, Seefeldt has 54 tackles (9.5 for a loss), four sacks and a forced fumble. Utah State opens the 2015 season at Romney Stadium against the Big Sky’s Southern Utah Thunderbirds on September 3.

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