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The Maryland Terrapins' secondary could be a few members short for the team's ACC contest against the Wake Forest Demon Deacons on Saturday.
Freshman defensive back Alvin Hill was suspended by the team for 14 days for violating school policy, a Maryland spokesman said in a report Thursday by Alex Prewitt of The Washington Post. Per the report, Hill will not be able to participate in any football-related activities for 14 days.
Elsewhere in the secondary, safety Matt Robinson was listed as questionable with a groin injury Thursday in another report by Prewitt at The Washington Post. The article does go on to say, however, that Robinson is expected to play along with other players listed as probable, including wide receiver Kerry Boykins, linebacker Kenneth Tate and defensive lineman Joe Vellano.
Maryland's defense is giving up an average of 22 points per game, which ranks 47th in the nation.