Penn State QB Sean Clifford exits with an unspecified injury in loss to Iowa.
Sean Clifford, the quarterback for Penn State, departed Saturday’s 23-20 defeat at Kinnick Stadium with an undisclosed injury and did not return. Clifford was hurt early in the second quarter on a third-down pass play.
He went inside the medical tent at Penn State before being evaluated in the locker room.
For the second half, the senior sat on the Penn State bench without his jersey or pads.
As he went to the locker room, Clifford looked to be holding his back or rib region.
Clifford’s injuries and the condition of other players hurt in the Iowa defeat, including starting defensive lineman
PJ Mustipher, reserve safety Jonathan Sutherland,
and reserve running back John Lovett were not disclosed by
Penn State coach James Franklin. Franklin took issue with Iowa supporters booing injured Penn State defensive players.