Ohio State marched up and down a field it had never seen before as if it owned the place, scoring on one quick drive after another as the No. 20 Buckeyes piled up 533 yards Saturday and spoiled Maryland’s Big Ten home debut with a 52-24 win.
Maryland coach Randy Edsall is trying hard to sell his players on the notion that they’ll be playing just another game on Saturday.
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.
Maryland coach Randy Edsall has seen enough of Indiana running back Tevin Coleman.
Bob picks three college and three pro games and hopes for the best.
It’s time for Maryland football team to find out how it stacks up against the Big (Ten) boys.
C.J. Brown threw for 280 yards and two touchdowns, cornerback William Lively returned an interception 88 yards for another score, and Maryland beat mistake-prone Syracuse 34-20 on Saturday.
The game plan was fine. The execution was not. That’s how Maryland coach Randy Edsall explained the horrid performance of his defense against West Virginia last Saturday in a 40-37 defeat.
C.J. Brown got hit so hard, the helmet flew off his head. It was one of many punishing blows the Maryland quarterback absorbed in a physical duel against West Virginia.
With Maryland being one of the few constants on West Virginia’s schedule, the Mountaineers have no intention of allowing this to become a lopsided rivalry.
Just days after committing six turnovers in a 24-17 win over South Florida, the Maryland football team has an obvious point of emphasis.