Maryland receivers Sean Sullivan and Joe Bonato will miss the rest of the season because of injuries they suffered in practice Thursday.
Sullivan, who had already missed the first four games because of a fractured bone in his foot, tore a tendon in one of his fingers when it got caught in another player's jersey.
Bonato, a redshirt freshman who made the team last year as a walk-on, broke his arm in two places. Bonato was one of the team's most improved players early in the year and had been given more playing time. Sullivan, a redshirt sophomore who was expected to get considerable playing time the rest of the season, was second on the team in touchdowns last year with five and is one of the team's most sure-handed receivers.
Sullivan, in less than two games, had caught five passes for 59 yards and Bonato had six receptions for 75 yards.
Coach Bobby Ross said Thursday's practice "was like the Battle of the Bulge." Also this week, fullback Spencer Scriber reinjured his bruised shoulder, but may play against Duke next week. Donald Brown's previously injured finger (torn tendon) will keep him out about three weeks, Ross said.