Penn State’s McGloin, Drake in reported scuffle

Penn State’s Matt McGloin was released from the hospital

Saturday after university police said they were called to the

locker room about a report of a fight between the starting

quarterback and backup receiver Curtis Drake.

The school released a statement Saturday night saying police

were called after the team finished practice. McGloin was treated

at Mount Nittany Medical Center.

McGloin’s father, Paul, told the Patriot-News of Harrisburg and

the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that his son suffered a seizure and a

possible concussion but was back at his campus apartment. Messages

left Saturday night by The Associated Press for Paul and Matt

McGloin were not immediately returned.

The school said campus police and judicial affairs would


No. 24 Penn State is preparing for the TicketCity Bowl on Jan. 2

in Dallas.