The Maryland Terrapins have been faced with an unfortunate and bizarre series of events with their quarterback positions which has left them without one…or at least one that isn’t injured. unfortunate and bizarre series of events.
Most recently...Caleb Rowe, the team’s final scholarship QB, tore his ACL in the fourth quarter of last Saturdays (10-27-2012) 20-17 loss to against Boston College last (10-27-2012) Saturdays game
Starting Quarterback C.J. Brown , a junior, suffered a torn ACL during non-contact drills in August.
Quarterback Perry Hills will miss the remainder of the season with a torn ACL suffered in last Saturday’s (10-20-2012) loss 20to 18 loss against N.C. State.
Devin Burns a wide receiver-turned quarterback and the third quarterback to start for the Terrapins this season will miss the rest of the season with a foot injury.
Now Maryland will have to convert another position player to start as the #5 quarterback in this weeks upcoming game against Georgia.
- # 85 Brian McMahon is a freshman tight end
- #31 Shawn Petty is a freshman linebacker
According to sources…Either linebacker Shawn Petty or tight end Brian McMahon is expected to start at quarterback for the Terrapins this weekend against Georgia Tech.
Either linebacker Shawn Petty or tight end Brian McMahon is expected to start at quarterback for the Terrapins this weekend when they host unranked Georgia Tech.
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South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier has reported that Marcus Lattimore suffered a dislocated right knee during yesterdays 38 to 35 victory over Tennessee.
The injury occurred when the Gamecocks up 21-14 with 4:45 remaining in the second quarter. The star running backwas running through the left side when his knee took a direct hit by Volunteers defensive back Eric Gordon, Lattimore’s right leg whipping around and slamming against the turf.