Syracuse Orange Quarterback Terrel Hunt's Future Could Be Decided Today

Andrew Pregler@ACPreglerContributor IIIMarch 31, 2012

After being arrested for attempting to shoplift cologne from the Syracuse Carousel mall,  Syracuse Orange backup quarterback Terrel Hunt could be getting another shot at the team. 

Coach Marrone had previously stated that Hunt would miss the 15 sessions of spring ball due to this infraction, and it has been unclear for how long Hunt's suspension would last. 

Today on his Facebook page, Hunt stated: 

Meetings at four.. Cant wait to be back on that field again.. Feels like nothin in the world bothers u once ur at home

This could mean anything really, but there is a good chance that sometime in the next week or two, Marrone could issue a definitive statement as to how much longer Hunt will be off the team. 

Spring has been interesting for the Orange, and Marrone has decided to close off practice to the media. This has led to bloggers and journalists being left to grab whatever information they can off of Twitter and other forms of social media. 

Some have even taken to creating mock practice reports as fans and media alike wonder what exactly is going on.  

Regardless, Hunt's post is the first real tidbit of information we have received regarding player actions off the field in some time. Marcus Sales, the formerly suspended wide receiver, has also been reinstated for this season. 

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