Tallahassee, FL - Jacob Coker will have surgery on Tuesday to repair meniscus damage in his knee.
Coker injured it during the second half against Wake Forest. Head Coach Jimbo Fisher said it is a non-contact injury. Fisher is not sure if Coker will be able to return this season.
This year, Coker has gone 18-of-36 for 250 yards, an interception and a rushing touchdown.
Sean Maguire is expected to take the job as the number two quarterback.