A Georgia photographer briefly lost consciousness after she was hit on the sideline of Jordan-Hare Stadium during Saturday's game between Auburn and Georgia.
Chamberlain Smith was unresponsive for a few moments following a hit by Bulldogs running back Brian Herrien; she eventually opened her eyes and responded to emergency personnel before being placed on a stretcher and removed from the field. Smith was discharged from a local hospital later Saturday night, The Athletic's Seth Emerson reported, and Smith tweeted Sunday morning her injuries were "nothing more than a concussion and some bruises."
Herrien appeared to try to jump over Smith, who was kneeling on the ground shooting the action, but his knee crashed into Smith and her camera, knocking her to the ground.
— Alison Mastrangelo (@AlisonWSB) November 17, 2019
After the game, Herrien tweeted his support for Smith and said he prayed for her on the field.
My heart goes out to her and her family I prayed for her well being as we took a knee ❤️ https://t.co/L8Vmz3Ffse
— Brian Herrien (@brianherrienn) November 17, 2019
Play was delayed for about five minutes as Smith was tended to and carted off the field. CBS identified Smith as the photographer after halftime, and reported she had been transported to a local hospital.