According to multiple media outlets, Utah State freshman defensive end Brady Holt sustained critical injuries in a one-car crash over the weekend. The 21-year-old Holt was not wearing a seatbelt and was thrown from his SUV in the rollover wreck that occurred in teh afternoon on Saturday.
From the Salt Lake Tribune:
According to the Utah Highway Patrol, Holt was injured Saturday at 12:45 p.m. when his northbound SUV drifted into the median and crashed into wooden spools at a construction site. Holt over-corrected and, when the SUV rolled, he was thrown from the vehicle.
Investigators are trying to determine whether drowsy or inattentive driving may have been a factor. There were no witnesses to the crash.
Holt is still hospitalized at an Ogden medical center. This is the second straight offseason that Utah State players have gotten into a car crash. In June of last year, four Aggie football players sustained injuries in a car wreck involving a tractor trailer. The program just can’t buy any good luck it seems.
[h/t College Football Talk]