University of Maryland senior starting cornerback Scott Rosen will miss tomorrow's game against No. 17 Pittsburgh, and possibly four additional weeks, because of extensive damage to his right hamstring.
Rosen first injured the hamstring almost a week before the season opener against Virginia.
He played in the game, only to damage the hamstring further. Rosen said he may have suffered a hematoma above the hamstring and an aneurysm below it.
A medical redshirt would not be permitted since Rosen is still able and is attending classes.
"This is frustrating, and there is not much of a chance for a medical redshirt," said Rosen, one of the Terps tri-captains, who has started three of his five years at Maryland. "This is going to be a day-by-day thing. Hopefully, I could be ready by next week."