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Topic - Brad Craddock
After beating Florida International, Old Dominion and Connecticut earlier this season, Maryland expected to be tested by a West Virginia team that had won seven straight in this border rivalry. The game was over by halftime.
C.J. Brown ran for 122 yards and a touchdown and threw for 277 yards and another score on Saturday night as Maryland beat UConn 32-21, giving coach Randy Edsall his first victory over the program he coached for a dozen seasons.
Maryland's arduous November continues Saturday as No. 10 Florida State at Byrd Stadium, a meeting that could both serve as the Terrapins' last home game and clinch a losing season for the quarterback-starved team.
Caleb Rowe's first career start was alternately bumpy and slick, with one successful comeback and another rally cut short by an unwise decision.
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.
There are no artistry points in football, a reality Maryland was no doubt grateful for Saturday.
"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."