O'Brien looks solid in first career start
Maryland enjoys a 21-14 halftime lead over FIU.
Danny O’Brien has settled down in his first career start for the Terrapins. He has completed 12 of 17 passes and has thrown a nine-yard touchdown pass to LaQuan Williams. The question I have is whether this is the start of the O’Brien era at Maryland.
(Jamarr Robinson did not start because of his shoulder, which he injured last week in the West Virginia game).
Running back Da’Rel Scott had a 56-yard touchdown run. Punt returner Tony Logan had an 85-yard return for a touchdown.
FIU’s defense entered the game with a lot of hype because of a six-sack performance against Texas A&M and because it had forced eight turnovers in two games. But I have not been impressed with FIU’s defense in this game.
Your thoughts on O'Brien so far?
(Oh, and the personal foul on Scott for celebrating in the end zone was one of the worst calls I have seen in some time.)
| September 25, 2010; 11:48 AM ET
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