CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) -Virginia tailback Cedric Peerman will miss the remainder of the 2007 season because of a foot injury.
Coach Al Groh said Friday that Peerman had surgery on his right foot Wednesday. Peerman was injured during the Cavaliers' at Middle Tennessee on Oct. 6 and hasn't played since.
Peerman led the Atlantic Coast Conference in rushing going into the Middle Tennessee game. He finished with 585 yards and five touchdowns in six games.
Groh also says redshirt freshman linebacker John Bivens will miss the remainder of the season to have surgery on his left knee. He had three tackles in seven games this season.

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