Deciding to leave the college you originally committed to and signed with is never an easy decision. The decision becomes easier if you know you have no true shot of playing, but it is still tough. One former Maryland Terrapins player is making that decision and seems he has found a new home. According to College Football Talk, Jacquille Veii has decided to transfer from the FBS...
After spending the spring trying to transition from wide receiver to running back, Jacquille Veii has decided to leave the Maryland program. As ESPN.com's Dan Murphy notes, Veii's exit does not cripple the Terrapin backfield, but his exit combined with the earlier announcement senior Albert Reid is also transferring leaves only a pair of experienced options at running back for head...
Down 14-0, Maryland sophomore Jacquille Veii put the Terrapins on the scoreboard with a 23-yard touchdown run. Veii appeared to be stopped in the backfield, but the running back spun out of the crowd with nothing but green grass in front of him. [Big Ten Network] The post Highlight: Terps’ Jacquille Veii spins away from the defense for a 23-yard TD appeared first on KCM SPORTS.
Maryland running back Jacquille Veii decides that whoever gets in his way is going down ... including one unlucky game official.
Maryland’s home Big Ten opener is not going so well. The Terrapins trail Ohio State at halftime, 31-10, with quarterback C.J. Brown throwing an interception right before halftime that led to a Buckeye touchdown. Urban Meyer’s squad has out-gained Randy Edsall’s, 289 yards to 104. At least the Terps aren’t this referee, though. That was Maryland running back Jacquille...
Maryland Terrapins running back Jacquille Veii was not going to slow down for anyone and this poor ref got absolutely demolished. [SB Nation] The post Maryland Running Back Runs Over Ref appeared first on Diehardsport.
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