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Topic - Josh Portis
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.
"Both of us can make it harder for [Friedgen], and both of us can make it easier for him," Portis said. "It goes both ways. I feel that just go out there and do what you do and you don't have to worry about what his decision is."