Matt McGloin Hospitalized, Treated For Seizure, According To Report

Earlier in this stream, we referenced a report that indicated Penn State quarterback Matthew McGloin had not been hospitalized after his reported altercation with teammate Curtis Drake following practice on Saturday.

The Harrisburg Patriot-News' Bob Flounders, however, reports McGloin was taken to Mount Nittany Medical Center for treatment for a possible seizure.

Ron Musselman of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette tweets that Matt's father, Paul McGloin, says his son could have a concussion. He also said Penn State University Police are investigating the possible altercation earlier Saturday that reportedly happened after Penn State practice according to Nate Bauer of BWI.

The team meeting that began at 4:30 local time is over according to multiple reports. It'll be interesting to see how interim head coach Tom Bradley handles the situation as the team continues to prepare for its Jan. 2 meeting with Houston at the TicketCity Bowl in Dallas.

For all the latest on this breaking story, stay tuned to SB Nation Pittsburgh.

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