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Turner hurt

Maryland quarterback Chris Turner got hit as he released a pass late in the second quarter. Turner remained on the ground for a few minutes. His left ankle seemed to be the issue. He was assisted off the field and could not put much weight on the left leg. A few minutes later, Turner went to the locker room. He tried walking but had to be helped through the tunnel to the locker room. Will provide an update when it comes.

So after N.C. State fumbled away a punt, backup Jamarr Robinson came into the game and dropped the first snap. Running back Caleb Porzel had a big run to put Maryland in scoring position, which is where we are now. Robinson ran on third down. He still has not thrown a pass in his college career.

And the field goal attempt has just been blocked and a personal foul has been called against Maryland. Lots going on.

By Eric Prisbell  |  November 7, 2009; 2:19 PM ET
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