"He's a smart quarterback. He's able to read everything," Wujciak said. "We've seen him on film; he'll get it to the pitch man at the last second. You don't see him make a lot of mistakes, even in the passing game."
"It's probably the most important thing. That's what their offense has been doing for years," Maryland linebacker Alex Wujciak said. "They get three or four yards a play, and that just marches them down the field. They're in great shape, and they really wear you down."