Penn State Wide Receiver Reportedly Knocks Out Quarterback Matt McGloin In Locker Room Scuffle

According to various Penn State reporters' twitter feeds, handily pieced together by Larry Brown Sports, the Penn State locker room played host to some more horsing around today as wide receiver Curtis Drake knocked out Matt McGloin following some "jawing in practice."

Following the exchange on the field, Drake reportedly attempted to clear the air in the locker room and McGloin took exception. He either punched Drake, or shoved him away. Drake responded by taking him to the floor and hitting him in the chin resulting in "lights out" for McGloin.

According to Ron Musselman of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the police were called following the fight and the Patriot-News reports that McGloin was taken to the hospital for a possible seizure.

McGloin, judging by his twitter account, does not appear to know what is going on. Either he's been hacked, as he claims, or he's still got a few lights out.

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Penn State Players Reportedly Fight After Practice, QB Matt McGloin Knocked Out
[Larry Brown Sports]
Matt McGloin, Penn State starting quarterback, hospitalized for possible seizure, his father says [Patriot News]