The season-long flurry of injuries to college quarterbacks shows no signs of slowing down.
Boston College's Darius Wade, Syracuse's Eric Dungey and Wake Forest's John Wolford all were knocked out of their respective games this weekend.
Boston College announced Saturday that Wade would be out for the season because of an ankle injury he suffered Friday night in a 14-0 loss to No. 9 Florida State.
For Syracuse, it marked the second time one of its quarterbacks has been lost to injury. Terrel Hunt had hurt his Achilles tendon in Syracuse's opener, knocking him out for the rest of the season.
This season already had featured season-ending injuries to Kansas State's Jesse Ertz, BYU's Taysom Hill and Notre Dame's Malik Zaire, among others.
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