On Monday's CAA press conference with the media, Villanova Football head coach Andy Talley announced that quarterback John Robertson is out for the season with a short, "no, he is not able to come back" reply on his star's status for the season.
Talley added that Robertson visited renowned surgeon James Andrews in Florida for a second opinion and will now shut down his hopes for a return this season. The focus is that it would "be a good six-month rehab to get him ready for pro football."
The senior quarterback, who won the 2014 Walter Payton Award given to the best player in FCS football, sustained a PCL injury in his right knee during the Wildcats' 8-21 victory over Delaware on September 19th.
In Villanova's three games this season, Robertson has accounted for 660 total yards, six touchdowns, and one interception. It's a terribly sad ending for one of the greatest players in Villanova history - but hopefully he'll be able to get healthy in time for a real shot at the NFL.