COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) The quarterback and center haven't started a game since 2012, the top two receivers from last year are gone and a walk-on is starting at guard. While it would appear as if Maryland might have trouble moving the football this year, the Terrapins can't wait to show what they can do - beginning Saturday at home in the opener against Richmond. ''I definitely think...
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Maryland football has a new man to lead Terrapin offense in 2015: Perry Hills is listed as the No. 1 quarterback on the depth chart published by the school Friday ahead of the season opener against Richmond. A junior from Pittsburgh Central Catholic High School, Hills beat out seniors Caleb Rowe and Daxx Garman. Rowe played four games last season before suffering a knee injury...
View image | gettyimages.com Maryland junior quarterback Perry Hills has emerged as the frontrunner in the battle for quarterback, head coach Randy Edsall said in an interview with ESPN980 on Monday. “Right now, Perry is our number one, with Daxx [Garman] being a very close second. And then Caleb [Rowe] would be third right now,” Edsall said. Hills became a dark horse in...
Stefon Diggs is one of the more dynamic playmakers in college football. It’s almost a spectacle every time he touches the ball, just like on his 53-yard yard touchdown off a screen pass from quarterback Perry Hills. The catch and run gave Diggs nine receptions for 130 yards on the day vs. Iowa. He became the fifth Maryland receiver with 2,000 career yards. Stefon Diggs is having...
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