TULSA, Oklahoma – G.J. Kinne's knee injury against OSU looked serious, and many speculated that the quarterback could be out for quite some time.
That's why it was such a shocker when Kinne stepped onto the field at Boise State on Saturday and was ready to play.
Whether he was ready to play effectively, however, was a different story.
Kinne threw four interceptions for the first time in his career with just 123 yards and a single touchdown.
To his credit, he was going up against the No. 4 team in the country, but even under those circumstances, Kinne didn't look like his normal self.
Tulsa coach Bill Blankenship told News On 6 that Kinne was fully cleared to play against Boise State and said himself that he was ready to go.