As C.J. Brown lay motionless on the ground, it seemed highly possible that another promising season for Maryland would be endangered by quarterback injuries.
No Maryland quarterback has started every game in a season since 2006, a streak that will continue if injured C.J. Brown can’t go Saturday against No. 20 Ohio State.
Maryland’s C.J. Brown ran for one touchdown and threw for another Saturday, and backup Caleb Rowe threw two more TD passes in the second half to lead the Terrapins past Indiana 37-15.
C.J. Brown ran for three touchdowns and threw for another as Maryland cruised past James Madison 52-7 in both teams’ season opener on Saturday.
Maryland quarterback C.J. Brown won’t play against No. 9 Clemson on Saturday because of the lasting effects of a concussion.
If Maryland defeats Wake Forest on Saturday, the Terrapins will have enough wins to qualify for a bowl bid — no small accomplishment for a team that totaled six victories over the past two seasons.
For Maryland, being unbeaten and in the Top 25 was fun while it lasted.
Maryland begins its Atlantic Coast Conference farewell tour with a perfect record, a place in the Top 25 and feeling pretty good about its best start since 2001.
Unbeaten after three games for the first time since 2001, Maryland can match its win total of last season with a victory over West Virginia on Saturday in Baltimore.
Now that C.J. Brown has gotten over the euphoria of playing football again, his focus is on becoming a better quarterback.
Maryland Terrapins quarterback C.J. Brown joined the Vinny and Rob Show at Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium. C.J. talked about his health, his teammates, and his ACC opposition.
It’s time to talk Turtles; Keith Cavanaugh from The Terrapin Times joined me to talk about what is happening in College Park.