Offensive tackle Derwin Gray (ankle/Achilles), defensive end Cavon Walker (high ankle sprain) and kicker Brad Craddock (wrist) will miss Maryland's matchup at No. 13 Michigan State on Saturday.
Gray suffered his injury in practice leading up to the Wisconsin game, and interim coach Mike Locksley is hoping to get him back to 100 percent before bringing him back into game action. Gray was expected to start the loss to the Badgers at right tackle before his injury.
With Gray out, Maryland's offensive line, from left to right, will be: junior Michael Dunn, redshirt freshman Brendan Moore, senior Evan Mulrooney, senior Andrew Zeller and senior Ryan Doyle.
Redshirt freshman Damian Prince, who was injured against Penn State, is expected to be available.
Locksley is hoping a week off gives Walker enough time to recover from his injury. He was listed as the backup to junior Yannick Ngakoue.
Craddock dislocated his right wrist and had surgery after last week's loss to Wisconsin. He'll be replaced by sophomore Adam Greene, who made his debut against the Badgers and made his first career kick from 44 yards.