Maryland quarterback C.J. Brown will be day-to-day with a concussion after suffering an injury in the team's 63-0 loss to Florida State Saturday afternoon, Randy Edsall said in his weekly conference call.
Brown was hurt on what appeared to be an illegal hit by Jacobbi McDaniel, who hit the defenseless quarterback with his helmet after the throw had been made.
Brown remained on the ground for several minutes after the hit, but was able to walk off the field on his power. He did not return in the game.
The junior had completed 66 of his 99 passes this year until the injury, for 1,043 yard and seven touchdowns, while also running 45 times for 283 yards and six more scores.
Brown has previously suffered two season-ending injuries -- in 2010 (shoulder) and 2012 (leg).
His backup, Caleb Rowe, completed nine of 17 passes for 119 yards against the Seminoles.