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Topic - Brad Craddock
Maryland lost its starting quarterback late in the first half Saturday. It lost its first conference game a bit later – but not before the Terrapins' most bizarre day of the season.
Stop if you've heard this one before. Brad Craddock's dreams of playing college football began as a result of a high school research paper.
"I actually thought I hit it pretty well and then afterwards you don't really think anything," Craddock said.
"That first game was amazing," Craddock said. "Just the thrill of being in it, the game changes so fast. It's different to back home, and I've really enjoyed it."