Former Penn State Quarterback Ta’Quan Roberson Tears ACL

Former Penn State quarterback Ta’Quan Roberson tore his ACL in UConn’s first game of the season against Utah State, head coach Jim Mora confirmed Tuesday. Roberson only fired off two passes before going down with the injury in the first quarter.

Mora also announced that Roberson will undergo surgery this week. Although the timetable for a return is not yet known, he will certainly miss the remainder of the season.

Roberson, a former four-star recruit, saw limited playing time in Happy Valley. After struggling to replace Sean Clifford in Penn State’s loss to Iowa, Roberson entered the transfer portal following the 2021 season and joined the Huskies shortly thereafter.

The Wayne, New Jersey native was announced as UConn’s starter the day of his matchup against Utah State. The redshirt sophomore was replaced by freshman Zion Turner in UConn’s 31-20 loss.

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Nolan Wick

Nolan is a senior journalism major from Silver Spring, Maryland. He's an avid D.C sports fan and loves going to games in his free time. Nolan mainly writes about Penn State football, men's hockey, and baseball. You can follow him on Twitter @nolan_wick or email him at [email protected].

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