The Maryland football team took a big hit on Tuesday when it was revealed that quarterback Kasim Hill suffered a torn ACL.
Now the Terrapins will have to put that in their rear view mirror and shift their focus to this Saturday’s matchup against Minnesota.
The two teams did battle last season with the Golden Gophers winning 31-10. Ironically, that was a game that also saw the Terps starting a backup quarterback in Tyrrell Pigrome.
It looks like Max Bortenschlager will get the start against Minnesota. Coach D.J. Durkin also said that Caleb Henderson continues to get healthier and will begin getting reps this week.
Ryan Brand will also take snaps at the position.
Maryland’s offense had an afternoon to forget in a 38-10 loss against Central Florida last weekend. The Terps only accumulated 197 yards of total offense and really struggled to establish any type of consistency.