Stefon Diggs, WR: Out for season (Leg)
Deon Long, WR: Out for season (Leg)
C.J. Brown, QB: Out (Trunk)
Brandon Ross, RB: Out (Shoulder)
There are several teams that have been riddled by injuries this year, but none have a longer injury report than Maryland.
The most recent UMD injury report, from Daniel Martin of CSN Baltimore, is 24 players long and features nine players out for the season, and 12 players out for at least this weekend's game against Clemson.
The Terrapins lost their top two offensive playmakers, Stefon Diggs and Deon Long, for the season, each with legs broken against Wake Forest. Starting quarterback C.J. Brown and running back Brandon Ross have also been added to the list.
Head coach Randy Edsall and Brown were cryptic when talking to Jeff Barker of The Baltimore Sun on the injury:
C.J. Brown is medically cleared to play against Clemson, but coach Randy Edsall suggested Tuesday that he has lingering concerns about the quarterback and isn't yet prepared to name a starter...Edsall said he won't put players into games "if they're not performing to the standards due to health-related issues."
I think I owe it to those young men to say that if I'm not sure you can end up doing the things you're capable of doing on the field, then what I have to do is put somebody else in there so I don't further risk a young man to injury, the coach said.
Brown told the media Tuesday: "Obviously, I took some hits in the [Wake Forest] game early, and Coach made his decision. I feel comfortable with my body, I feel good. I can't get into [talking about] injuries or details like that."
Regardless, Brown has been declared unavailable and Caleb Rowe will earn the nod under center.
Considering Brown and Ross were UMD's leading rushers, the Terp ground game could be in trouble against the Tigers.
Week 9: vs. Clemson