Following Sunday’s practice, Baylor head coach Art Briles confirmed that starting defensive end Tevin Elliott won’t play in the Alamo Bowl because of a knee injury.
“Tevin being injured does effect the rest of the team. He has a spark, so when he is gone, that spark is taken away. He makes plays and has a good instinct, so him being out is a concern. He is a big time player that make big time plays, but that’s why we have a lot of guys on the team. So they have to be ready to go and step in.”
Watching the video below, this is good news for Keith Price.