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Topic - Danny O'Brien
Tennessee defensive lineman Danny O'Brien and ex-Tennessee linebacker Dontavis Sapp will have all charges against them stemming from a Feb. 9 party dropped in six months if they fulfill terms of an agreement reached Thursday.
Seven more Tennessee football players have received citations in connection with a party that led to the arrests of two current players and one former Volunteer.
Tennessee linebacker A.J. Johnson and defensive lineman Danny O'Brien were arrested on alcohol-related charges and resisting arrest, authorities said Sunday.
O'Brien arrived as a transfer from Maryland a year ago. He won the starting job coming out of preseason camp last year and held it for three games before he was replaced by Joel Stave.
As transfers from ACC schools who were eligible to play right away, the comparisons between new Wisconsin quarterback Danny O'Brien and predecessor Russell Wilson are inevitable.
Maryland coach Randy Edsall named freshman Perry Hills as the Terrapins' starting quarterback on Tuesday.
With a pair of division heavyweights facing postseason bans, a lot of things would have to go wrong for Wisconsin to miss out on another trip to the Big Ten title game. And even after recent off-the-field drama involving star running back Montee Ball, Bret Bielema's team has its eyes on even bigger goals.
Every coach deserves a second chance, and this season was Randy Edsall's. He did not, to put it mildly, score a touchdown in his first year at Maryland. Indeed, he aggravated many inside and especially outside the football building with a swagger and certitude that simply didn't jibe with his 74-70 record at Connecticut.
One awkward cut during a mid-August practice ended Maryland quarterback C.J. Brown's junior year before it started — and quite possibly altered the trajectory of the Terrapins' season as well.
The situations are so alike that Danny O'Brien had to go out of his way to remind everybody that he's not the same player as Russell Wilson.
Former Maryland quarterback Danny O'Brien has committed to playing for Wisconsin.
College athletics is sashaying toward a tipping point. I say "sashaying" because it suggests a certain obliviousness, a lack of self-awareness, and the folks in college sports have always scored high in those particular categories. High enough to qualify for an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship.
Danny O'Brien once looked like he would shatter many of the career passing records at Maryland. After playing his sophomore season under coach Randy Edsall, O'Brien is following a well-worn path out of College Park.
Maryland offensive coordinator Gary Crowton will not return next season, a source familiar with the program said Wednesday.
Maryland quarterback Danny O'Brien's penultimate snap in Saturday's 45-21 loss to Notre Dame was an interception returned for a touchdown.
"I'm happy I started this week," O'Brien said. "If I start, I start. As long as we get the win at the end of the day, I don't really mind."
"I think it was a great team victory. I feel like I had a pretty good performance," O'Brien said. "We ran the ball, we protected great. I feel like anytime we do that, we have the running backs and receivers to beat anybody."