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Maryland’s leading rusher out against Virginia

Wes Brown, Byron Jones AP

Thrust into duty at the beginning of the year because of injuries, Maryland freshman running back Wes Brown is dealing with his own set of health issues.

An injury report from Maryland Thursday revealed that Brown, the team’s leading rusher with 150 yards (!!!!), is out this Saturday against Virginia with a shoulder injury. No other details were given.

Additionally, safety Matt Robinson will miss the game with a groin injury. Robinson has missed multiple games this season with injuries. Also out is receiver Kerry Boykins (hip/groin) and linebacker L.A Goree (neck).

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2 Responses to “Maryland’s leading rusher out against Virginia”
  1. ningenito78 says: Oct 12, 2012 12:55 AM

    Somewhere Ralph Friedgen is laughing with his mouth full of food. Its amazing how bad a job Randy Edsall has done. Although, as a Rutgers season ticket holder for many years and a distant observer of the UConn program, I always thought he was really overrated. He got a lot of credit for being slightly above mediocre in a mediocre conference.

  2. mwsolomon7 says: Oct 12, 2012 9:53 AM

    As a Terps fan I was not happy with the Edsall hire, but he’s been about cleaning up the program and we got our first 5 star recruit in a looooong time. It’s not like college basketball where it takes just a year maybe 2 to rebuild. It’s at least a 3 to 4 year process between recruiting guys for your system and allowing them to develop into upperclassmen. And trust me I watched Rutgers transformation as well. Maryland who has 2 freshman starting O-line, freshman qb, freshman and sophmore receivers, and freshman running backs have done well enough to show Edsall has earned the next few years of his contract. We also have one of the best defenses in the league despite being in a state of flux.

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