Freshman Struggle, but Terps Able to Muster Win V. William & Mary, 7-6

It wasn’t pretty, but the job was done. The Maryland offense struggled all afternoon. Freshman quarterback Perry Hills, making his first ever start on the college level, tossed three interceptions and had difficulty piloting the offense. At the start of the fourth quarter, however, Hills found a groove. The frosh completed a number of passes, none more significant than the...
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