It’s enough to make anyone wonder not only how the guy can not only create schemes, but insulate himself from some comical retribution as well.
“Stuff that would usually get me is how I try to set pranks up,” Fulper said. “Once you’ve done one, you ought to not let that one get you back. It makes it a lot easier to defend yourself, too.”
His return should also provide a boost as Maryland tries to protect linebacker-turned-quarterback Shawn Petty in the closing weeks of the regular season. He’s made 27 career starts, more than double everyone else on the Terps’ offensive line besides Gilbert (15).