Ronnie Tyler knew plenty of eyes were on him. The Maryland wideout was just back from a two-game suspension when he started against Towson.
Four games are complete. Three ranked opponents loom in succession. Two wins were earned over the past month. And one question hangs over the Maryland football program.
Maryland's first loss of the season was a stumble.
The first Maryland player to trudge into postgame interviews Saturday, just as is often the case, was quarterback Danny O'Brien.
Reality set in for Matt Furstenburg quickly during the first week of spring practice.
Maryland wide receivers coach Lee Hull isn't the sort to point out external criticism and doubt to his players.