Kent State LB James Alexander ejected for targeting after hit on Penn State QB Trace McSorley
Kent State linebacker James Alexander was ejected for targeting Saturday against Penn State after hitting quarterback Trace McSorley in the head with his helmet.
McSorley, who won the starting job in training camp, appeared shaken at first, but walked it off and stayed in the game.
Here's a look at the targeting play. McSorley lucky to escape uninjured. pic.twitter.com/lXORHE0vuU
— Onward State (@OnwardState) September 3, 2016
Alexander played in 11 games last season, making 15 tackles.