Wisconsin security is ejected for brutal & # 39; targeted & # 39; hit on Michigan quarterback Dylan McCaffrey who left the junior play caller with a concussion
- Wisconsin Security Reggie Pearson was ejected from Saturday's game against Michigan
- Pearson rammed McCaffrey into the helmet in a blow that stunned spectators
- McCaffrey is the younger brother of Panthers who recalls Christian McCaffrey
- He was pulled out of the game and recovered from concussion
A security in Wisconsin has been thrown out for a brutal hit on Michigan quarterback Dylan McCaffrey who stunned onlookers.
After Michigan was left 28-0, starting quarterback Shea Patterson was pulled off the team and McCaffrey, a junior, entered the game late in the second quarter on Saturday in Madison, Wisconsin.
With 2:32 left in the third, Reggie Pearson, Wisconsin, destroyed McCaffrey, the younger brother of Panthers who walked back Christian McCaffrey, with a shoulder to the helmet.
Wisconsin linebacker Jack Sanborn (57) tackles Michigan quarterback Dylan McCaffrey during the second half of Saturday's game. McCaffrey was eliminated with a concussion on a separate piece that is not shown
Pearson was ejected and will miss the first half of the Wisconsin game against Northwest next week.
Wisconsin security Eric Burrell was also called for targeting and ejected in a blow to McCaffrey just two minutes earlier.
Patterson returned below the middle after the two McCaffrey hits and the backup caller was judged for a concussion in the dressing room.
Reggie Pearson of Wisconsin (above) was thrown out of the game after a call of targeting
Nr. 13 Wisconsin beat No. 11 Michigan, 35-14, in the Big Ten Conference opener of the teams.
After the game, coach Jim Harbaugh from Michigan said McCaffrey had a concussion, but it & # 39; tidied him & # 39 ;.
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