Hawaii QB Cole McDonald reveals he was battling terrifying damage during 2018 season
Hawaii’s Underrated QB Cole McDonald reveals he was battling terrifying damage during 2018 season
Hawaii quarterback Cole McDonald had a dermatitis sophomore deteriorate in 2018, streamer a Mountain West Conference in flitting yards (3,875) and flitting touchdowns (36).
McDonald suggested Friday he played by a terrifying damage while streamer a Rainbow Warriors to an 8-6 record, including 5 wins in a conference.
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“First diversion we stretched my MCL, played by that,” McDonald told a Maui News. “First entertain opposite San Jose State we took a shot to a side. The man that strike me indeed knocked himself out.”
McDonald pronounced after a diversion he went to a sanatorium for additional tests.
“…I had some inner draining in my side that didn’t empty out properly. It was all in my scrotum. … we couldn’t travel for about a week. … we played harm many of a season. It was flattering brutal,” he said.
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McDonald appears to be healthy streamer into a 2019 deteriorate and could be one of a some-more underrated quarterbacks in college football.