Jawon Pass’ season has officially come to an end.  

The Louisville quarterback is expected to have surgery on his toe and will miss the remainder of the year, the Courier Journal confirmed. 

Pass, who entered the season as Louisville’s starting quarterback, missed the last four games with turf toe on his right foot. He sustained the injury in the season-opening loss to Notre Dame, but played in the Week 2 win against Eastern Kentucky.  

"We tried to make sure that we took every measure that we could in allowing that time to heal and make sure we are doing whatever is good to get him back on the field," offensive coordinator Dwayne Ledford said. "It's to the point where that's the next step. We are all here for him and will be. We look forward to a speedy recovery from him to get back to us." 

He has practiced since the injury, but that has come on a limited basis and he has been listed day-to-day since the injury. Pass does not have a redshirt to use because he burned it during his true freshman season.