Robinson is seeking the same thing. Pearman approached the athletic Robinson in the spring about holding, a situation that would expand the Terps’ options in field goal situations.
Realizing he was unlikely to play quarterback this season with Chris Turner, Jordan Steffy and Josh Portis ahead of him, Robinson agreed after spring practice to give it a try.
“Now that my eligibility is on the clock, I want to do something,” Robinson said. “We have a lot of guys, and some cases special teams is about all you can do. That’s a way to get on the field and then get your way on at other positions. Special teams for me is going to be a start - I hope.”
So do a lot of others.
Note - Defensive tackle Dean Muhtadi suffered a left shoulder injury in practice Wednesday and sat out Thursday. Friedgen said he expects the senior to be back at practice when the soreness dissipates but anticipates Muhtadi will wear a harness upon his return.
Patrick Stevens has covered Maryland and other Mid-Atlantic college sports for more than a decade. You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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