At this point, all Maryland fans know the results of this past weekend, a 63-0 loss, and pretty much all of them are trying to forget the game. If there’s one thing, however, fans cannot forget about, it’s the injury to quarterback C.J. Brown. Brown, a fifth year senior, sustained a concussion during the second quarter of Saturday’s contest. Up until week five, Brown had been a major catalyst for the Terrapin offense, and if Maryland hopes to continue their winning ways, they need C.J. Brown in the lineup.
So far this week, Brown’s playing status remains up in the air. Head Coach Randy Edsall has kept Brown’s standing close to his sleeve, as the team prepares to square off with the University of Virginia.
Brown is an integral part of the offense, and Coach Edsall does not want to provide the Wahoos with any information to game plan. If Brown is unable to play, Maryland will turn to Caleb Rowe, who struggled this past weekend in relief of Brown. More information will become available, Thursday, as the Terps will release their weekly injury report.
Maryland will look to get their first win in the ACC play on Saturday as they begin their home conference slat. Kick off will be approximately 12:30 ET at Byrd Stadium in College Park, Maryland.