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Topic - Bennett Fulper
Offensive lineman Bennett Fulper watched senior classes at Maryland enter the final game without a postseason possibility to play for in 2009 and 2011.
Bennett Fulper will depart the Maryland football program later this year, known to fans as a versatile offensive lineman who started for parts of each of his four seasons in College Park.
Tyler Cierski's return from a one-week hiatus was not heralded.
Maryland found out plenty about quarterback Perry Hills in the first month of the season, including a consistent ability to pick himself up after a sack and move along.
"Watching the bowl game possibility slip away, that was disappointing," Fulper said. "Once it's gone, it's gone. You can look back at tons of games. You can look back at the North Carolina State game, the Boston College game, all these games and say if we had a play here and a play there. As [offensive line] coach [Tom] Brattan says, each play is sacred. You never know what's going to be the play."
"I like to pay attention to see what these guys have up their sleeves," Fulper said. "It's also knowing the different guys' personalities, you can pick up on what they're doing."