Late in the second quarter of Saturday’s game between Wisconsin and Penn State, Nittany Lions quarterback Trace McSorley took a shot to the knees and stayed down on the turf.
Already wearing a heavy brace on his right knee, McSorley was grabbing at his knee and had to be attended to by medical staff for a time while on the ground. After a couple minutes, he was helped up and did manage to walk gingerly to the sideline, albeit with a limp.
Then he went to the stationary bike to try and loosen up his knee.
Penn State QB Trace McSorley on the sideline stationary bike, which kept him busy when he was injured against Iowa.
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McSorley had completed 15-of-20 passes for 136 yards and a touchdown before exiting the game. He was replaced by junior Tommy Stevens as the Nittany Lions held a 16-7 lead over the Badgers in this Big Ten contest.