The Alabama Crimson Tide didn't have the best start to the College Football Playoff National Championship against the Georgia Bulldogs. While they were still at a deadlock in the second quarter, they lost Jameson Williams to what appears to be a significant knee injury.

Williams sustained the injury following a 40-yard reception from Bryce Young early in the second quarter. He did complete the play and tried to run with the ball, but he fell down awkwardly moments later–obviously in deep pain.

Here's a video of the play, which sent Alabama fans in shock:

Jameson Williams was eventually helped off the field, with initial reports indicating he couldn't put any weight on his injured left leg. However, in an encouraging seen, the 20-year-old wideout was later spotted walking in his own power heading to the locker room.

There are fears the Alabama standout suffered an ACL and MCL tear from the non-contact knee injury, but the team has yet to provide any update on the injury.

The extent of the injury remains to be seen, but Williams and the rest of Alabama are certainly hoping it is not as serious as feared. After all, it would be a massive blow for a promising player like Williams who has a huge career ahead.

Williams exited the game with four catches for 65 yards. The Crimson Tide have a 9-6 lead at halftime despite coming in as underdogs for the game.