This marks the redshirt freshman’s second season-ending knee injury in as many years.
Expect the quarterback carousel to continue Saturday night in Ohio.
Fans will have to wait until Saturday afternoon to see who lines up under center for the Terps.
Hill’s injury came late in the first quarter against the Knights when he scrambled to the right after being flushed out of the pocket.
All eyes will be on Tyrrell Pigrome and Kasim Hill, who are recovering from season-ending knee injuries.
Backing up Pigrome is true freshman Kasim Hill, who beat out sophomore Max Bortenschlager and UNC transfer Caleb Henderson.
Returning sophomore Tyrell Pigrome and freshman Kasim Hill, both took snaps with the first-team offense during Saturday’s scrimmage and at Friday’s practice, which was open to the media.
A rough week for the university ends in a disappointing loss with three game left on the schedule.
As the fate of DJ Durkin, Damon Evans and Wallace Loh will be known in the coming days, the Maryland football has four chances to win one more game and become bowl-eligible.
Maryland had almost many penalty yards (46) as passing yards (47).
The Terps are 1-1 against ranked opponents this season.
Maryland’s defense recorded five interceptions against Rutgers, the most for a Maryland defense since 1998.
Maryland has won its last four Homecoming games.
Maryland didn’t reach the century mark on offense until the fourth quarter.
Since joining the Big Ten in 2014, Maryland is 1-3 against Michigan.
The third-string quarterback started eight games last season.
Maryland heads into their bye week with a 3-1 record.
The team was without its two starting offensive tackles, as well as two running backs, in a 35-14 loss to Temple in College Park.
Maryland drops its first game of the season and heads into conference play with a 2-1 record.