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Maryland's quarterback options were whittled further Thursday when the school announced sophomore Devin Burns suffered a Lisfranc injury in his left foot, leaving true freshman Caleb Rowe as the only remaining scholarship option.
Maryland couldn't make it through the past five seasons without a midseason injury prompting a quarterback change.
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.
Everything points to a tough night for the 6-7 Washington Redskins. They've lost four of their past five games. Their immobile backup quarterback will make his first start in a decade against the 9-4 New York Giants' league-leading pass rush. And the Giants have whipped them by a cumulative 75-17 the past three years on the road.
Quarterback Todd Collins will play ahead of Mark Brunell once Jason Campbell leaves tomorrow's preseason game against Pittsburgh, Washington coach Joe Gibbs said yesterday.
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.
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