Matt McGloin Not Cleared To Practice After Fight With Curtis Drake

Penn St. Nittany Lions quarterback Matt McGloin has not yet been cleared to practice after suffering an injury in a post-practice fight with wide receiver Curtis Drake, coach Tom Bradley said during his Monday press conference. 

Campus police are investigating the fight, during which McGloin reportedly was either knocked unconscious or went into seizure. He was taken to a hospital and released. His status for the team's upcoming TicketCity Bowl game against the Houston Cougars is obviously undetermined.

Bradley also said Shane McGregor won't take first team snaps for the time being, which should be good news, in a roundabout way. PSU's quarterback situation appeared to be quite unsettled after finding some stability in McGloin, with backup Rob Bolden reportedly facing "minor" legal trouble, but "minor" legal trouble isn't usually enough to keep quarterbacks out of bowl games.

The Penn State interim coach said Bolden will be punished internally.

For more on the Nittany Lions, visit Penn State blog Black Shoe Diaries. For more college football, stay tuned to SB Nation's college football news hub.

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