Portland State coach Bruce Barnum said he thinks it happened when the player’s helmet got knocked off during Saturday’s 81-7 loss to Oregon.
PORTLAND, Ore. — A Portland State football player had his “ear ripped off” during the Vikings’ 81-7 loss to Oregon on Saturday, according to Portland State head football coach Bruce Barnum.
Barnum shared the news during a radio appearance Tuesday on The Bald Faced Truth with John Canzano. The coach said he thinks it happened when the player’s helmet was knocked off during the game.
The coach told Canzano the Vikings didn’t suffer any major injuries in the game against Oregon,
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