As devastating as Maryland’s rash of injuries to its quarterbacks has been this season, the loss of senior linebacker Jesse Aniebonam has proved to be equally troubling.
Aniebonam barely got his season started when he broke his ankle in the season-opening win at Texas. But the attention the Longhorns paid to Maryland’s sack leader last year opened the door for others.
That door, the one leading to opposing quarterbacks, has been slammed shut the past three games.
Going into Saturday's home game against Northwestern, the Terps have not had a sack since getting five against Texas and four the following week against Towson.
It marks the first time Maryland has not had...