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Topic - Quarterbacks Danny O'Brien
Continuing to get better. Whether in the wake of an opening-week victory or the onslaught of losses against major-college opposition that's followed, it remains a consistent mantra from Maryland coach Randy Edsall.
"We're getting better, yes and no," O'Brien said. "Like I said, the most frustrating thing is making the same little mistakes each week. The factors for that, I think there's a lot of reasons for that. I don't know if we're getting better or not. At the end of the day, you've got to say no because we keep losing. Until you get a win, I can't confidently say we're getting better."