STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) Penn State safety Ryan Keiser underwent additional surgery on Wednesday to repair a bowel injury he suffered in practice last week. Penn State spokesman Jeff Nelson said in a statement approved by Keiser's family that he remained in an intensive care unit Wednesday and continues to improve at a hospital in Hershey. The bowel injury was discovered after Keiser...
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STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) Penn State safety Ryan Keiser was recovering in a hospital on Tuesday after having surgery to repair a bowel injury suffered when he fractured a rib in practice last week. Nittany Lions coach James Franklin said Tuesday that Keiser's condition was ''improving'' at Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, where university athletes are taken for treatment...
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Penn State Coach James Franklin Says Safety Ryan Keiser Suffered Rib And Bowel Injury, Does Not Have Infection
Earlier today, a pretty messy situation popped up in State College, Pa. A report said that senior safety Ryan Keiser suffered a broken rib and torn bowels, which led to him developing the life-threatening infection sepsis. Keiser was reportedly brought in for emergency surgery, and he is in critical condition. However, that report was refuted by Penn State assistant athletic director...
The Penn State Nittany Lions football program was dealt two tough blows on Monday as it was announced they will lose seniors Ryan Keiser and Zach Zwinak for the remainder of the season. Keiser, a senior cornerback/safety was kept out Saturday’s game against Ohio State with an undisclosed injury following a “freak accident” during a practice on Friday. The injury unfortunately...
gopsusports.com This past Thursday, Penn State safety Ryan Keiser suffered a rib injury during practice. Head coach James Franklin, speaking a bit ambiguously after his team’s loss to Ohio State Saturday, told reporters that “something kind of freaky” happened during the session. Eventually, Keiser was hospitalized for an unknown medical condition. Monday, Penn State ruled...
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) Penn State running back Zach Zwinak and safety Ryan Keiser will miss the Nittany Lions' remaining five regular-season games because of injuries. Zwinak injured his lower left leg on the opening kickoff against Ohio State on Saturday and was carted off the field. A Penn State spokesman says Keiser was hurt in practice last Thursday. Zwinak has rushed for 2...
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October 27, 2014 | Discuss
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