Clemson QB Kelly Bryant horrifyingly laid motionless on the field after hit against Syracuse

Oh no...

Just prior to halftime against Syracuse on Friday night, Clemson starting quarterback Kelly Bryant appeared to suffer an injury after a horrifying hit on third down.

Bryant laid motionless on the field for a few minutes before finally being helped off the field. Bryant was already dealing with an ankle injury prior to this hit. Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney said in his halftime interview on ESPN that it looked like Bryant has a concussion, and it was later announced that Bryant would not return to the game.

Redshirt freshman Zerrick Cooper open the second half as Clemson's quarterback. Freshman Hunter Johnson is also available for the Tigers.

Clemson is currently ranked as the No. 2 team in the country. They trailed Syracuse at halftime by a 17-14 score.

We will update you more on Bryant's health as more information is made available.