Hurney said Monday he would like to stay on, saying "I love what I'm doing right now."
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"He took a hit. But when he walked off and he told the trainers he got poked in the eye, then they did take him into the tent and checked him for a concussion, which he did not have," Hurney said. "And it was really getting poked in the eye."
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