SYRACUSE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Syracuse quarterback Terrel Hunt broke his shin against Louisville and will miss at least a month of play, coach Scott Shafer announced Monday.
Hunt, who was injured the previous week in a loss to Notre Dame at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, broke his fibula in the fourth quarter of Friday night’s game against Louisville in the Carrier Dome.
Syracuse lost its third straight, 28-6, and faces top-ranked Florida State at home on Saturday. Hunt is expected to be out 4-6 weeks.
Shafer also announced a shakeup of his staff. Offensive coordinator George McDonald is being replaced by quarterbacks coach Tim Lester. McDonald will remain on staff in charge of the receivers, Shafer said.
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