Foot Injury Sidelines Terps Guard Pe’Shon Howard

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (WJZ) – University of Maryland guard Pe’Shon Howard could miss up to 10 to 12 weeks with a broken foot, head coach Mark Turgeon said Thursday. 

Howard has broken a small bone in his left foot that will keep him from any workouts for the short-term. 

“I feel bad for Pe’Shon,” said Turgeon. “He worked so hard and had a great summer and early fall. He’s been practicing and playing well for us. Hopefully, we’ll get a lot better by the time Pe’Shon joins the team later this year.” 

Howard, a 6’3″ guard from Los Angeles, averaged 5.4 points and 3.2 assists last season as a freshman. He played in all 33 of Maryland’s games a year ago and was projected to play at the point guard spot again this season.


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