Warrior Quarterback Taken Off the Field After Big Hit

University of Hawaii Warrior Quarterback Colt Brennan left the field Saturday night after a big hit.

Brennan scrambled out of the pocket on a third and six play and got mowed down by Fresno State's Marcus Riley.

Medical Staff from both teams rushed onto the field to attend to the Warrior quarterback.

Brennan stayed down for about 2 minutes before being helpd off the field by trainers.

University of Hawaii Sports Spokesman Derek Inouchi says Brennan recieved a mild concussion on the play and is being evaluated.

The Warriors went on to win the game 37-30 and preserve their undefeated streak.