The bizarre post-practice fight between Penn State receiver Curtis Drake and quarterback Matt McGloin from last Saturday will not result in any legal ramifications.
As you’ll recall, McGloin was sent to a local hospital to be treated for a concussion and seizure after he was reportedly knocked out by Drake in the PSU locker room. The fight is said to have started from an incident that happened during practice that carried over to the locker room.
McGloin later took responsibility for the scuffle and the case has been closed, according to PSU police.
“We’ve identified both people [in the incident] and neither one of them want to bring charges,” PSU Police Chief Tyrone Parham told the Harrisburg Patriot-News.
PSU is is considering the case “exceptionally cleared” in their report on the case.
Neither player was at Monday’s practice, and McGloin is still going through medical tests to see if he will be cleared for the TicketCity Bowl on Jan. 2.