College Football Player Loses Teeth, Breaks Jaw ‘Reading His Cellphone’

A college football player for the Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns has quite an injury story.

According to a report from The Daily Adviser, fifth-year senior Darius Hoggins suffered a “non-football injury” when he was “reading his cellphone.”

Ragin’ Cajuns head coach Mark Hudspeth said the running back suffered a broken jaw and lost some teeth.

Millennials, right? Can’t even walk and read their phone at the same time.

Hoggins missed the team’s scrimmage and is expected to miss another three to four weeks while he recovers. Hudspeth noted that he was unsure whether Hoggins would be available for UL’s season opener against Southeastern Louisiana on Saturday, Sept. 2.

Last season, Hoggins ranked third on the team in rushing with 281 yards and a touchdown.

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