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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Jordan Steffy
SAN FRANCISCO — An undercurrent of change permeated Maryland's trip to the West Coast, an unsuccessful venture in the wake of the Terrapins' 21-14 loss to Oregon State in Friday night's Emerald Bowl.
The seemingly anticlimactic Maryland quarterback competition will head into a third week.
Jordan Steffy sat in the middle of the Maryland football locker room for an hour, grinning as he faced questions, cameras and some playful teasing from defensive tackle and resident humorist Dre Moore.
PINEHURST, N.C. — The greatest uncertainty about the Maryland football program is the gaping hole at quarterback.
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.
"It's focusing on being successful in the first game as a team and focusing on beating Villanova, and it is what I'm going to focus on and what I'm going to worry about in practices," Steffy said. "Everything else will take care of itself."
"I feel comfortable and I'm seeing things," Steffy said. "It doesn't [bother me], but that's Coach Friedgen. I'm not concerned. I'm looking forward to Villanova."