Maryland says it has concerns about swine flu, but says there are no confirmed cases on the football team.
Coach Ralph Friedgen said Tuesday that one player was sick and has been isolated. Friedgen said Thursday night that the player was recovering. It's not known if the player has swine flu.
He is not a front-line player, according to others on the team.
Said Friedgen: "I'm concerned about it, I reallly am."
The concern is amplified by the number of players who live together in suites.
"The university policy is if a guy gets swine flu, then the whole suite gets confined," said defensive lineman Deege Galt. "It could make a small deal…a big deal."