Maryland junior running back Lorenzo Harrison is out for the season after suffering a knee injury in practice on Tuesday. Harrison announced his injury via Instagram on Thursday.
Harrison returned to practice this week after missing the Maryland’s last two games due to a hamstring injury.
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This morning I found out my season was over, due to an injury in practice earlier in the week. Prior to this injury, I missed our last two games because of a strained hamstring. Just when I thought I was ready to go, in my first full practice back, God had another plan for me. Over time I’ve learned that adversity is a lifelong battle in which we get to find out a lot about ourselves. Each time it creeps up on us we’re faced with two options; succumb to it or embrace it….With that being said, I’ll be undergoing surgery tomorrow morning on my right knee to repair some damage. See ya’ll next season, I promise it will be worth the wait. #HisPlanIsGreater🙏🏽
Harrison struggled in the season opener against Texas, but bounced back in week two when he registered 86 rushing yards and a touchdown against Bowling Green. Harrison will have an extra year of eligiblity if he decides to accept it.
Maryland’s run game should be fine with Ty Johnson and Anthony McFarland carrying the load.