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Topic - Andrew Crummey
PINEHURST, N.C. — Outside of a handful of beat reporters and a couple of other straggling writers, Maryland safety Christian Varner was a bit lonely at the start of an interview session at yesterday's ACC football kickoff event at Pinehurst Resort.
"In the wintertime, I don't think anyone expected him to be back on the offensive line," Crummey said. "He's a great player, and he did a great job for us. He and Stephon Heyer were two bookend tackles who had a great year last year, and it's going to be tough to replace them. But I think we've known that we had to replace them."
"Whatever anyone wants to put on us is fine, but I think this team has done a good job of understanding what we want," right guard Andrew Crummey said. "Last year left us with a hunger that we want to rectify and satiate. I think the pressure that matters is the pressure we put on ourselves and on each other, and I think that's going to produce good results this year."