Robinson treated for a concussion
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- Penn State quarterback Michael Robinson was released from the hospital Sunday after being treated for a concussion he received in the Nittany Lions' 16-3 loss at Wisconsin.
Robinson was held in a Madison, Wisc., hospital Saturday night and returned to State College on Sunday.
He was taken off the field in an ambulance in the first quarter after he was sacked by Erasmus James.
Doctors said Saturday that he was moving all his fingers and toes, and was able to walk out of the hospital Sunday morning.
Robinson, a junior who also plays receiver and running back, caught a 49-yard pass from Zack Mills on the Penn State's first play Saturday.
MORE COLLEGE FOOTBALL HEADLINES
- Texas hires search committee for new coach
- Irish charming recruits with 'Pots of Gold'
- Huskies investigate alleged recruiting violations
- Florida, Michigan to kick off '17 in Arlington
MOST SENT STORIES ON ESPN.COM
- Nike Men's Penn State Nittany Lions Grey Football Team Issue Practice T-Shirt