The Maryland Terrapins have a huge game next weekend on the road against the Miami Hurricanes. A win shows everyone that they are a serious player in the ACC race, and not just a team that beats up on bad competition. A loss shows that they might be pretenders. The Terps failed in their last road test, getting blown out by a mediocre Clemson team. They need a win next weekend.
Luckily, the Terps may have caught a break. Jacory Harris, Miami's dynamic quarterback, suffered a concussion in the Hurricanes' shocking loss to Virginia last weekend. The Miami Herald is reporting that it remains unclear whether Harris will be able to play next weekend. When asked whether Harris could be out for several weeks, Miami coach Randy Shannon said it was too early to tell.
If Harris cannot play, true freshman Stephen Morris will start at quarterback for the Hurricanes, Shannon said. That's a huge break for Maryland if it happens.