AUSTIN, TX – SEPTEMBER 5: A general view of the game between the Louisiana Monroe Warhawks and the Texas Longhorns on September 5, 2009 at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin, Texas. The Longhorns defeated the Warhawks 59-20. (Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images)The tragic death of Maryland’s Jordan McNair sent shockwaves through college football. It put the topic of player safety back in the forefront.Yesterday, Texas OL Patrick Hudson experienced his own scary medical issue. Thankfully, he is doing fine.Hudson was taken to the hospital after suffering a “full body cram” according to Texas head coach Tom Herman. A full body ice bath was administered by the UT training staff before he was transported to the ER.Hudson is out of ICU, per Herman.Texas G Patrick Hudson was taken to ICU yesterday with a full body cramp, per Tom Herman. He had full body ice bath and was deemed OK. He’ll be out this week.— Brian Davis (@BDavisAAS) September 6, 2018Herman’s full comments on Hudson: “Patrick Hudson had a full body cramp issue. We took him to the ER. Everything’s great. His body temperature is back to normal. All the vitals are great. He’s out of ICU, but obviously he’ll be out this week.” #HookEm— Joe Cook (@josephcook89) September 6, 2018Kudos to Texas for acting quickly and getting Hudson the help he needed. That stuff makes a world of difference.We’re happy to hear Hudson is doing okay. Hopefully, he’ll be able to return to the field soon.Even if he isn’t, his health is what is more important.