Wanted: More Wide Receivers to Emerge
Maryland Coach Ralph Friedgen made a point to talk up wide receiver Adrian Cannon, who had four catches for 48 yards and two touchdowns against Wake Forest. Coaches praised Cannon throughout preseason camp, but he has struggled to be consistent in games. Torrey Smith obviously is Maryland’s go-to wide receiver. But Friedgen wants and needs someone else to emerge, as well.
“Adrian made a few plays,” Friedgen said. “He really gave us something. We need someone else to come around other than Torrey. We have got to get other guys involved.”
How about running back Gary Douglas, who had three catches for 70 yards Saturday?
One problem is the offensive line, which has given quarterback Chris Turner about 1.5 seconds to throw the ball. Only so much you can do with that.
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