Florida Atlantic starting quarterback Casey Thompson tore his ACL during Saturday’s game and is done for the season, ESPN reported Monday.
Thompson took a hard hit in the second quarter of the Owls’ 48-14 loss at Clemson on Saturday, leaving the game after spending several minutes on the turf. He did not return. He had thrown two interceptions to that point.
He was replaced by Daniel Richardson, who threw for 120 yards and a pick the rest of the way.
Thompson, a sixth-year player, was in his first season at FAU after stops at Texas (2019-21) and Nebraska (2022).
He’s thrown for 5,338 career yards and 52 touchdowns against 24 interceptions.
–Field Level Media
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