Daniel Evans Suffers Mild Concussion

EVANS HAS MILD CONCUSSION: N.C. State quarterback Daniel Evans suffered a mild concussion during the final drive of the game, his father, Wolfpack radio analyst Johnny Evans, said.

Evans said Daniel is “expected to be just fine” but noted that team physicians will monitor his son’s progress closely before allowing him to engage in contact.

The redshirt freshman apparently suffered the blow about three plays before game’s end, when he was tackled hard on the sideline, Johnny Evans said.

Evans said his son reported that he didn’t remember the last few plays of the game but that Pack offensive coordinator Marc Trestman told Daniel he still made the right calls.

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52 Responses to Daniel Evans Suffers Mild Concussion

  1. GAWolf 10/16/2006 at 5:53 PM #

    Noah: Don’t go trying to shlep your hangover on us as a “concussion.” We all know why you bombed that exam…

  2. Rick 10/17/2006 at 9:31 AM #

    I think all those hits to the head have made CG a little too touchy. Such language 😉

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