Trace McSorley was diagnosed with a broken foot by the on-field medical staff at Tuesday's Citrus Bowl against Kentucky, although he'll be undergoing further testing to determine the extent of his injury, Jen Smith of the Lexington Herald-Leader reports.
Updating a previous report: Trace McSorley is back in Tuesday's Citrus Bowl against Kentucky despite Penn State ruling him out earlier in the game with a broken foot, Jen Smith of the Lexington Herald-Leader reports.
Trace McSorley will not return to Tuesday's Citrus Bowl against Kentucky after suffering a broken foot, Richard Scarcella of the Reading Eagle reports.
Trace McSorley completed 12 of his 22 pass attempts for 230 yards and a touchdown and rushed 11 times for 64 yards and a pair of scores in Saturday's regular-season finale against Maryland.
Trace McSorley went 17-for-37 passing for 183 yards, two touchdowns and an interception Saturday against Rutgers.
Trace McSorley (knee) completed 19 of his 25 pass attempts for 160 yards and a touchdown and rushed 11 times for nine yards Saturday against Wisconsin.
Trace McSorley was removed from Saturday's game against Wisconsin in the second quarter due to a right knee injury, Audrey Snyder of The Athletic reports.