UT quarterback involved in car accidentWritten by Zach Davis | | firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Toledo quarterback Dwight Macon has been released from the hospital on June 15 after being involved in a car accident the previous day.
Associate Athletic Director for Media Relations Paul Helgren said that Macon was kept overnight at the hospital as a precaution and that he will be fine.
The redshirt-freshman quarterback from Steubenville was involved in the two-car accident outside of Taco Bell on Dorr Street. The circumstances leading up to the accident are still unknown but Helgren said that both cars involved were “wrecked.”
Macon is listed as the third-string quarterback on the UT roster behind junior Austin Dantin and sophomore Terrance Owens. He completed 6-of-9 passes for 107 yards and one touchdown in the 2011 spring game in April.