CCU QB McCall unclear, out for game at ODU
CONWAY, S.C.– Coastal Carolina quarterback Grayson McCall has actually not been cleared to practice or play and will miss his 2nd straight game because taking a hard hit to the helmet last month.Chanticleers coach Tim Beck said McCall is thought about to have a concussion from when he got struck as he moved with the ball against Arkansas State on Oct. 21. McCall, the three-time reigning Sun Belt Conference player of the year, was carted off the field and spent the night at an Arkansas healthcare facility for observation before returning to school. “It does not matter what they identify it, it’s still the same protocol,” Beck stated Wednesday.”You can’t have headaches, you can’t be sensitive to light. You have actually got to have the ability to exercise and run and do all those things. Once that begins happening, then he’ll be cleared to play. Till that takes place, he will not be cleared to play.” The Chants(5-3, 3-2 Sun Belt )head to Old Dominion (4-4, 3-2 )on Saturday.Beck said he’s had discussions with McCall about whether the injury and the quarterback’s condition implies he’s finished with his college profession.” I don’t think he’s ready at that point to make those choices yet,” Beck said.McCall is a 6-foot-3, 220-pound fifth-year elder who has actually begun 40 games for the Chants over the past 4 seasons. In 2021, he set the NCAA mark for pass effectiveness ranking(207.6),
exceeding Alabama’s Mac Jones and LSU’s Joe Burrow.McCall got in the transfer website after ex-Coastal Carolina coach Jamey Chadwell became Liberty’s coach however selected to return for his final season with the Chants.McCall has thrown for 10,005 yards and 88 touchdowns in his profession.