Maryland graduate transfer quarterback Daxx Garman has undergone surgery to repair an injury to his right shoulder and will miss Saturday’s game against Wisconsin and the remainder of the 2015 season.
Garman had an MRI on the shoulder after weeks of being “banged up,” according to head coach Mike Locksley, and it was determined that surgery was needed. He underwent the procedure on Thursday.
Garman transferred to Maryland during the summer and it was believed that he would compete with senior Caleb Rowe for the starting job. Perry Hills ultimately was named the starter out of camp, followed by Rowe when he struggled before Hills was re-inserted against Ohio State.
In between those moves, Garman saw action in relief of the struggling Rowe. Entering the game against West Virginia and Michigan, Garman finished 6-of-18 passing for 115 yards with one touchdown and one interception.
- Redshirt freshman offensive lineman Damian Prince is out after injuring his lower right leg against Penn State two weeks ago.
- Wide receiver Levern Jacobs is game-time decision after spraining his knee in the week of practice leading up to the game against Iowa. He did not play against the Hawkeyes.