USF starting quarterback Gerry Bohanon will miss the rest of the 2022 season with a shoulder injury, Bulls head coach Jeff Scott announced Tuesday.

Bohanon suffered the injury on an 8-yard run in the second quarter of last Saturday’s game against Tulane, where USF led 14-10 with 6:30 before the halftime break. Scott confirmed via a release that the injury will require surgery to repair.

“They did an X-Ray and said the X-Ray was negative, which was a positive,” Scott told reporters post-Tulane. “He didn’t have much strength in it. The first thing they look for whenever you land on your shoulder is a broken collarbone or something like that and that was negative, but he couldn’t go back in the game in the second half, couldn’t raise his arm up.”

Bohanon was 7-of-8 through the air with 109 passing yards and a touchdown pass to his name before going out. He ran for 59 yards, including a 33-yard touchdown, as well. He had put together his best football of the season to that point, with 751 total yards of offense (501 passing, 250 rushing) with six passing touchdowns to no interceptions.