Maryland football head coach D.J. Durkin announced Tuesday that quarterback Kasim Hill will miss the remainder of the season with a torn ACL.
Maryland QB Kasim Hill has a torn ACL, will miss the remainder of the season.
— Roman Stubbs (@romanstubbs) September 26, 2017
Hill, a true freshman and blue-chip recruit, was crunched into in Maryland’s loss to Central Florida on Saturday. Despite walking off the field, his injury was serious.
He will likely be replaced by Max Bortenschlager. North Carolina transfer Caleb Henderson was injured, but could enter the fold if healthy. He’s currently slated to be Bortenschlager’s backup on Saturday.
The Maryland native replaced Tyrrell Pigrome, who tore his ACL at Texas, helping the Terps see out their upset of the Longhorns. He finished the season 18-for-21 for 230 yards and two touchdowns through the air while rushing 12 times for 60 yards and a score.
With two quarterbacks lost to torn ACLs, the Terps will be struggling to create offense as they hit the meat of their Big Ten schedule.