The Maryland Terrapins upset the Texas Longhorns to start the college football season. That's the good news for the Terps. There is some bad. It comes from the mouth of head coach D.J. Durkin, who says starting quarterback Tyrrell Pigrome is out for the season after tearing his ACL.

Obviously of note, defensive end Jesse Aniebonam's season is also done.

In the second half of Maryland’s 51-41 upset of Texas Saturday, Pigrome went down with what looked to be a serious injury to his leg. Unfortunately for Maryland, the injury is as bad as it looked when he went to the turf.

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Before being forced out of the game with the injury, Pigrome had thrown for 175 yards on 9-of-12 passing and added another 64 yards on the ground. He also accounted for three total touchdowns, two in the air and another on the ground.

With Tyrrell Pigrome out, Kasim Hill is expected to get the start this weekend against Towson State. Relatively speaking, since there's never an actual a good time for an injury, it could have been worse for Hill. This will be his first collegiate game ever, and it should be a decent way for him to get acclimated to big boy football.

“Kasim came in the game and played well. We didn't really change much of what we're doing. Very confident in Kasim; those guys competed all the way up to game week on who the starter was going to be. For good reason,” Durkin said to reporters, as transcribed by ESPN.

Hill is true freshman. A 4-star 2017 prospect, he attempted the first three passes of his collegiate career after replacing Pigrome. He also scored a fourth-quarter rushing touchdown that pushed the Terps lead to 44-34.