Myles Powell suffered ‘bad concussion’ in loss at Rutgers
Myles Powell suffered a “bad concussion” in Seton Hall’s loss at Rutgers on Saturday.
Powell took a charge early in the game and his head hit the floor. Right after that, a teammate bumped into his head.
With 3:56 left in the first half, Powell acted lost in a team huddle during a break in the action, leading him to finally be pulled from the game.
“He has a pretty bad concussion,” Pirates coach Kevin Willard told reporters regarding Powell after the 68-48 loss to Rutgers, via NJ.com.
“He asked me during the game, ‘Why are we practicing at Rutgers?’ And I kind of looked at him and I was wondering what the heck he was doing out there. And we sat down in the timeout, and his eyes just kind of rolled in the back of his head. It kind of just hit him like a wave.”
Seton Hall, ranked No. 22 in the country entering the game, is now 6-4. Powell, who entered the game averaging 22.9 points per game, had six points in 15 minutes.