One of the athletes UConn used in its running game last year won’t be available in 2013.
UConn announced on Sunday that quarterback/wide receiver Scott McCummings sustained an Achilles tendon injury over the weekend and will miss the entire season recovering.
QB-WR Scott McCummings tore his left Achilles tendon on Saturday in practice and is out for season..will have surgery this week #bleedblue
— UConnFootball (@UConnFootball) August 4, 2013
McCummings, a six-foot-two junior, was used primarily as the team’s Wildcat quarterback last year. He only attempted two passes last year, completing one, but was the team’s second-leading rusher with 132 yards and a pair of touchdowns.