Expect the quarterback carousel to continue Saturday night in Ohio.
Fans will have to wait until Saturday afternoon to see who lines up under center for the Terps.
Pigrome used to rush through reads, but this season his teammates see a different, more confident player. Now, he takes the time to go through his reads before throwing a pass or making a play, D.J. Moore said.
Although Maryland left Austin with a win Saturday evening, they lost both Tyrrell Pigrome and Jesse Aniebonam to injury, head coach DJ Durkin announced.
Backing up Pigrome is true freshman Kasim Hill, who beat out sophomore Max Bortenschlager and UNC transfer Caleb Henderson.
All eyes will be on Tyrrell Pigrome and Kasim Hill, who are recovering from season-ending knee injuries.
This marks the redshirt freshman’s second season-ending knee injury in as many years.
Maryland had almost many penalty yards (46) as passing yards (47).
Maryland’s defense recorded five interceptions against Rutgers, the most for a Maryland defense since 1998.
Maryland didn’t reach the century mark on offense until the fourth quarter.
The third-string quarterback started eight games last season.
The team was without its two starting offensive tackles, as well as two running backs, in a 35-14 loss to Temple in College Park.
Maryland drops its first game of the season and heads into conference play with a 2-1 record.
An emotional game for the Terps ends in their second-straight win over the ranked Longhorns to open the season.
After a tumultuous summer, the Maryland Terrapins head to Landover, Maryland, to open their season against the Texas Longhorns at FedEx Field. The team went on the road last year to open its season and stunned No. 23 Texas, 51-41.
The TLB staff gave their input on who they thought would lead the Maryland Terrapins football team this season.
Hill’s injury came late in the first quarter against the Knights when he scrambled to the right after being flushed out of the pocket.
Now, rather than being viewed as a liability, the unit acts as the “‘tip of the spear’ for the Maryland offense.”