Ridgell Article Safety Ray Polk limped off the field after the game and wore a boot on his foot when he left the locker room. Polk said he broke his foot on Friday moving furniture. He played much of the game, recording five tackles. CU did not list Polk on its post-game injury report. By playing through the injury, Polk earned some admiration from at least one teammate. “He was man enough to say, ‘Hey I broke my foot, but I’m still going to play, though,’” safety Ben Burney said. “I was proud to see him. He was hobbling around and he looked real distraught and despondent, but then he was like, ‘You know what, I’m playing; I’ll do whatever I have to do.” Burney said adrenaline enabled Polk to last the whole game. He was rushing Texas A&M quarterback Jerrod Johnson when Johnson threw an interception to end the Aggies’ final drive.