Trevor Davis, injured during the Bears’ loss to UCLA on Saturday afternoon, was released from the hospital around midnight after undergoing tests, a team spokesman said Sunday morning.
There were no other details provided.
Davis, a native of Martinez, stayed on the turf for more than 10 minutes after being hit by UCLA’s Ryan Hofmeister with 3:34 seconds left in the Bears’ 36-34 loss at Memorial Stadium.
The junior receiver gave a thumbs-up sign to fans while strapped to a gurney and driven out of the stadium on a cart. The crowd responded by chanting his name.
Davis was taken to Highland Hospital in Oakland, where he was expected to undergo test to rule out head or spinal injuries.
Cal coach Sonny Dykes said after the game that Davis told him he felt OK and that early signs were positive.
The Alhambra High graduate scored his sixth touchdown of the season on Saturday on a 24-yard pass reception in the third quarter. He made headlines two weeks ago by setting a Cal record with touchdowns on kickoff returns of 100 and 98 yards in a win at Washington State.