Colorado's Travis Hunter taken to hospital in 2nd half of game vs. Colorado State

The first half of Saturday's game between in-state rivals No. 18 Colorado and Colorado State was rather heated. 

In the first half, 16 penalties were assessed, 11 of which occurred in the first quarter.

Travis Hunter, a two-way star for Colorado, was penalized for unnecessary roughness. Hunter took a shot to the chest 

when QB Shedeur Sanders attempted to connect with him on a deep ball, which caused the Buffaloes star to lay on the field for a short while before getting up. 

Late in the first quarter, Hunter returned to the game and played the rest of the first half after receiving treatment on the sidelines. 

Hunter, though, was taken to a nearby hospital for additional evaluation after leaving the stadium during the second half. 

The Rams were called for two fouls on the play, but the school didn't immediately disclose why Hunter was declared ineligible and taken to the hospital. 

Henry Blackburn received a pass interference and nickel back penalty signal. After a late hit that went out of bounds at Hunter's stomach, 

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