SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) — Syracuse quarterback Terrel Hunt will bear medicine on his right Achilles tendon and skip a rest of a season, a propagandize announced Saturday.
Hunt, a comparison who missed a final 7 games of 2014 with a damaged calf bone in his left leg, was harmed Friday night in a Orange’s 47-0 feat over Rhode Island in a opener.
Hunt, a co-captain, played one array before withdrawal a diversion mid by a initial quarter. He rolled to his left and stepped awkwardly before diving forward. He got adult on his right feet though afterwards forsaken to a territory and walked to a locker room on crutches.
Hunt has played in 19 career games for a Orange and ranks 10th in group story with 2,621 flitting yards. He has accounted for 24 career touchdowns (11 passing, 13 rushing) and shares a Syracuse single-game record for a many rushing yards by a quarterback with 156 final deteriorate opposite Maryland.
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