It's not an ACC game, so there won't be an injury report coming out of Maryland heading into Wednesday's Military Bowl.
Of course, that doesn't mean it is impossible to come up with one --- with a little help from coach Ralph Friedgen.
Based on the regular season, it's safe to say offensive linemen Justin Gilbert (knee) and Pete DeSouza (broken legs), linebacker Ben Pooler (knee), defensive end Marcus Whitfield (knee) will all be out.
So will cornerback Dexter McDougle, who suffered an injury in a motor scooter accident earlier this month.
Presumably, No. 3 quarterback C.J. Brown (collarbone) won't play as well, though he did return to practice this month.
As for the rest. Here it is in bullet form:
* S Desmond Kearse (ankle): "He's still so-so," Friedgen said.
At this stage, Kearse can still apply (and have a reasonable chance at receiving) a medical hardship. Maryland has plenty of safeties at its disposal, so don't expect to see the true freshman against East Carolina.
* G Justin Lewis (knee): "He looks better," Friedgen said. "He looks like he's going to play."
If Lewis can't start, look for redshirt freshman Pete White to make his second start at right guard.
* CB Avery Graham (concussion): "He's back and full speed," Friedgen said.
With McDougle out, Graham becomes the No. 3 cornerback. He'll be needed plenty against the pass-happy Pirates. Friedgen said No. 4 cornerback Michael Carter "turned an ankle" before exams but is back to full strength.