The Washington Times - October 16, 2008, 07:54PM

Maryland’s injury report suggests Ralph Friedgen is a fairly happy man right now.

If it’s accurate, it means cornerback Nolan Carroll’s ankle injury is as cleared up as it’s going to get and he is good to go for Saturday’s game against Wake Forest.

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It would also suggest wide receiver LaQuan Williams (foot) is back as well. That’s no surprise; Williams played in the JV game last week.

Other players not on the injury list include defensive end Mack Frost and defensive tackle Travis Ivey.

Now, here is who actually is on the list:

Out for Season:

WR Kevin Dorsey (foot): Underwent surgery in August and is redshirting
S Dominique Herald (knee):
Tore an ACL in only game of season against Cal
FB Paul Lariviere (knee):
Walk-on’s been done for the season for a few weeks
LB Ben Pooler (knee):
Tore up knee the week leading into the Clemson game
CB Richard Taylor (knee):
Underwent surgery last month
DL Joe Vellano (shoulder):
Practiced less than a week before aggravating injury

Out

LB Louis Berman (leg): Walk-on has yet to play
T Tyler Bowen (foot): Broken foot could sideline the redshirt freshman all year
TE Matt Furstenburg (leg): Hurt a couple weeks ago, but hasn’t played since Middle Tennessee
LB Stephen Hargett (leg): Not a good time to be a walk-on linebacker, apparently
LB Adrian Moten (wrist): Or a scholarship one, either, apparently. Moten’s ETA remains the Virginia Tech game
T Stephen St. John (arm): An addition to the list; he’s played only in garbage time against Eastern Michigan

Doubtful

QB Jordan Steffy (thumb): Began throwing last week for first time since fracturing throwing thumb in Aug. 30 opener

Patrick Stevens