Maryland Must Solve Clouded QB Situation To Improve In 2013

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Forgive Maryland if it would like to forget the second half of the 2012 season. It was a disaster for the Terrapins. After starting the season 4-2 overall, including 2-0 in the ACC, Maryland lost its final six to finish […]

Maryland Quarterback Situation Can’t Get Much Worse

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Most college football teams start out the season with three or four quarterbacks on the roster, but five is a number rare to be seen when it comes to quarterbacks. Boy, do the Maryland Terrapins wish they had a fifth […]

ACL Tears End Seasons for Two ACC Play Makers

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Both Florida State and Maryland have received some terrible news with regards to an offensive playmaker. Maryland’s starting quarterback Perry Hills and Florida State’s starting running back Chris Thompson suffered ACL tears last week effectively ending their season. The two […]

Torn ACL Claims Another Maryland Quarterback: Perry Hills Out for Season

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  Maryland Terrapins quarterback Perry Hills will miss the remainder of the season with a torn ACL suffered in Saturday’s loss to N.C. State, the team confirmed Monday. The true freshman was tearfully carted off the field after he was […]

Maryland Terrapins Quartback Perry Hills Carted Off Field

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Maryland Terrapins quarterback Perry Hills suffered a left leg injury in the Terrapins’ game against the North Carolina State Wolfpack. The injury occurred during an interception thrown by Hills in which he was crushed on the play resulting in him […]

Maryland Terrapins vs. Temple: Are Owls Overconfident in Week Two?

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The Maryland Terrapins football team didn’t wow anyone with last weekend’s 7-6 win over William & Mary. While just scraping by against a FCS team doesn’t generally bode well, the Terps just might pull the upset over Temple on Saturday. Just […]

ACC Football Week One Storylines


The first week of the college football season is often full of cupcake games (ahem, Florida State vs. Murray State), but a number of ACC football teams will face tough competition as the 2012 season kicks off. Clemson and North […]

ACC Freshmen Expected to Play Early and Often


Gone are the days when freshmen football players rode the bench while learning the playbook. With ridiculously talented, game-ready recruits and plenty of injuries and depth concerns throughout the conference, look for many ACC freshmen to be important players in […]

Maryland’s Perry Hills and Other True Freshman Starting Quarterbacks


When Maryland quarterback C.J. Brown tore his ACL in fall camp, the spotlight – and the offense – suddenly shifted to true freshman Perry Hills. Hills isn’t the first rookie to unexpectedly take over his team’s most visible position; just in […]

Another Injury Sidelines Maryland’s Kenny Tate


For the second consecutive year, Maryland linebacker Kenny Tate will miss part of the season with a knee injury. Tate injured his left knee in practice last week during a non-contact drill and will be out 3-4 weeks, according to […]

2012 Preseason ACC Quarterback Rankings

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There’s a lot of talent and experience at the position, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s a good year to be an ACC quarterback. Ten of last year’s twelve starters are returning, but all the experience at the position might […]

Who will replace C.J. Brown as Maryland’s starting quarterback?

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It’s never good news when a player tears his ACL. It’s even worse news when you’re Maryland, and the player in question is your starting quarterback, and the only players behind him on the depth chart are true freshmen. C.J. […]