Virginia senior receiver Matt Snyder, a team captain and former walk-on, broke a bone in his left foot and will be out “several weeks,” coach Mike London said on his weekly teleconference.
London said Snyder was running a route in Tuesday’s practice, and he broke a bone when he turned. It was a non-contact injury, but he’s having outpatient surgery on Friday to put a screw in it. It’s a significant loss to Virginia’s offense, as Snyder is a smart player, one of the team’s best blockers, and the third-leading receiver on the team.
“I can’t even begin to tell you how upset we are for the young man that something like this has occurred to him. He’s devastated as you could imagine. But the type of guy Matt is, he’s trying
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