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Maryland football’s Will Likely suffered a knee injury against Minnesota, and it’s unclear when he’ll be back

This is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

Scenes From Maryland's 31-10 Loss to Minnesota Sammi Silber / Testudo Times

Will Likely went down at the beginning of the second quarter of Maryland football’s loss to Minnesota last week, and he didn’t return.

DJ Durkin didn’t have an update on Likely during his Monday press conference

“Will is undergoing further tests today and all of that, so I don’t have a complete update of where he is at yet,” Durkin said.

Losing Likely would be unfortunate for Maryland’s secondary, which has been a relative strength for the team so far.

In other news

Durkin says Perry Hills is “day-to-day.” Again.

He also said Tino Ellis won the starting job over JC Jackson because he outperformed him in practice.

Here’s our film review from Maryland’s loss to Minnesota. The fourth quarter provided hope, but the first three weren’t good.

Here’s our weekly outlook on the Maryland football program before the Terps play Michigan State.

Melo Trimble was named to the Bob Cousy Award watch list, along with 19 other guys.