UM's Perry listed as questionable

MRI on sprained shoulder reveals no further damage

College Football

October 29, 2002|By Christian Ewell

Maryland tailback Bruce Perry was listed as questionable yesterday for Saturday's game against North Carolina after he underwent a magnetic resonance imaging exam on his left shoulder.

Perry suffered the injury - a sterno-clavicular sprain - during Saturday's 45-12 win over Duke, his first game action in 10 months. Yesterday's MRI revealed no other damage to the shoulder.

The junior, who was coming back from abdominal and groin injuries, started the game and ran for 19 yards on his only play.

Receiver/returner Steve Suter, who ran back a punt 63 yards for a touchdown against Duke, was named the ACC's Specialist of the Week yesterday.

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