Florida State saftey Trey Marshall will miss the remainder of the regular season due to a biceps injury that will require surgery.
The sophomore was tied for sixth on the Seminoles defense with 21 tackles and had one sack. He also had one pass break up and one pass deflection in his six games played.
Marshall got injured early in the first quarter against Louisville and got up clutching his arm. He bypassed the sideline and immediately and proceeded directly to the locker room following the injury.
After his injury, Tyler Hunter took over and had issues in the backfield all game, allowing multiple big plays by Louisville. He was replaced later in the game by former walk-on and redshirt senior Javien Elliot after allowing a touchdown and then immediatly committing an unnecessary personal foul. Elliot would grab his first interception in five games played this year.
Other candidates to receive playing time from Marshall's injury are freshmen defensive backs Tarvarus McFadden and Marcus Lewis.
During the Warchant.com Radio show Sunday night, Coach Jimbo Fisher said it is possible that Marshall will be healthy enough to return for FSU's bowl game.