Maryland injury report: Alex Twine out, Jeremiah Johnson questionable

Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports

Cole Farrand is listed as questionable, while Malcolm Culmer is doubtful.

Maryland's injury report is out for the upcoming game against NC State, with some notable changes.

Linebacker Alex Twine is out, finishing the regular season with 47 tackles in eight games. Twine has served primarily as Matt Robinson's backup on the outside, but started there when Robinson was injured. He has also played a big role on special teams and has helped at the inside linebacker position when injuries befell Cole Farrand and Lorne Goree.

Speaking of Farrand, he's listed as questionable with a shoulder injury. Also listed as questionable? Jeremiah Johnson, Maryland's starting cornerback who has not played since suffering a toe injury against Old Dominion in the second game of the season. With fellow starter Dexter McDougle out for the season (since the third game of the season), getting Johnson back would be a huge boost for Maryland's secondary.

Also out is wide receiver DeAndre Lane, a true freshman who otherwise would be the backup slot receiver. Levern Jacobs appears to be good to go, and can be expected to start at that position. Malcolm Culmer is listed as doubtful with an ankle injury, and is a backup at one of the outside positions.

Safety Zach Dancel and tight end Dave Stinebaugh are both listed as probable.

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