Posted October 25, 2012 on
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Maryland quarterback Devin Burns is out for the season with a foot injury.
Burns becomes the third Terrapins quarterback to experience a season-ending injury. C.J. Brown tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee in August and was replaced by Perry Hills, who tore the ACL in his left knee last Saturday in a loss to North Carolina State.
Burns took over for Hills and ran for a touchdown. Now, however, the sophomore is out for the year with an injury to the middle of his foot.
That leaves true freshman Caleb Rowe to start this Saturday against Boston College. Rowe played one series last week.
The Terrapins also announced Thursday that wide receiver Marcus Leak is out for the year with a fractured toe. He had 23 catches.
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Since the moment that Brad Craddock missed that 33 yard field goal on Saturday, nothing has gone right for the Maryland football team. Both newly anointed starting QB, Devin Burns and starting wideout Marcus Leak are now gone for the season with foot injuries.
True freshman, Caleb Rowe is now the only QB on the roster. Leak and Burns now find themselves on an injury report...
Freshman Caleb Rowe played well on his only series as Maryland's fourth quarterback of the season. With the first three sidelined, he'll get a chance to play a whole game on Saturday against Boston College.
Maryland defensive end A.J. Francis said the team has full confidence in Rowe. He moved his team 60 yards in five plays in the final minute last Saturday, but Brad Craddock...
The Randy Edsall experiment has taken another tumultuous turn. Freshman quarterback Perry Hills tore his ACL and is done for the season. Hills was knocked out of last week’s 20-18 loss to N.C. State after an attempted tackle following an interception. Hills was the back-up to C.J. Brown, who also tore his ACL in August. As a freshman, Hills was showing improvement each...