Miami Hurricanes safety Kamren Kinchens injured during the game against Texas A&M

Miami Hurricanes safety Kamren Kinchens injured during the game against Texas A&M

On Saturday, during the upset victory of Team Number 23 Texas A&M with a score of 48-33, Miami Hurricanes football safety Cameron Kinchen was taken off the field after attempting a tackle.

In the final moments of the fourth quarter at Hard Rock Stadium, Kinchen suffered a hit to the chest while trying to tackle Texas A&M receiver Anias Smith. After making the tackle, he appeared to be in distress.

Players from both teams gathered around the 20-year-old athlete, and the medical staff attended to him. After a considerable delay, the All-American player was eventually escorted off the field.

According to ABC Sports broadcast, Kinchen was conscious and communicating with the medical staff as he left the field. He was taken to Miami's Ryder Trauma Center for examination

Miami Hurricanes football head coach Mario Cristobal stated during a post-game press conference that Kinchen was undergoing "routine evaluations.

Cristobal said, "We're headed there right after this press conference to see how he's doing, but it seems like we're going to be okay.