Matt McGloin Knocked Out After Penn State Practice, According To Reports

STATE COLLEGE, PA - NOVEMBER 12: Matthew McGloin #11 of the Penn State Nittany Lions warms up before the start of the game against the Nebraska Cornhuskers on November 12, 2011 at Beaver Stadium in State College, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)

Penn State quarterback Matt McGloin seems to have gotten the worst of a reported post-practice fight.

Word spread Saturday of a fight at Penn St. Nittany Lions practice between quarterback Matt McGloin and wide receiver Curtis Drake. It was described as something more than a shoving match, but not quite the kind of thing that would make national news.

But our own Ben Jones of Penn State blog Black Shoe Diaries reports McGloin took quite a bit of damage during the altercation, though it's not clear whether Drake was actually involved:

Ben Jones@Ben_Jones88 I can confirm that Penn State quarterback Matt McGloin was knocked out after practice today during a fight. More to come.    

The Nittany Lions are practicing to play the Houston Cougars in the 2012 TicketCity Bowl.

McGloin hasn't technically been PSU's starter for most of the season, but he's played more (and more successfully) than any other Nittany Lions quarterback. We'll await more word on what went down in State College on Saturday.

For more on the Nittany Lions, visit Penn State blog Black Shoe Diaries.

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