Since a couple offensive explosions at the beginning of the season, Maryland’s offense has become dormant, scoring under 20 points in three of the last four games.

A big part of that has been injuries, and based upon the updates Maryland provided Wednesday on injured offensive stars Anthony McFarland and Josh Jackson, things might get worse before they improve.

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According to The Washington Post’s Emily Giambalvo, McFarland is not practicing Wednesday. The good news, though, is she also reported Jackson is at practice and participating in some drills. However, he is wearing an ankle brace, and fellow quarterback Tyrrell Pigrome is still receiving first-team reps.

Jackson has played in five game this season, completing about 51 percent of his passes for 968 yards, 10 touchdowns and four interceptions. Seven of his 10 passing scores came in the first two weeks.

McFarland has played in six contests and leads Maryland with seven rushing touchdowns. He also has 340 yards, which is one yard shy of the team lead.

Maryland will host Indiana this Saturday at 3:30 pm ET.