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Two quarterbacks expected to play against West Virginia

A quick update from Coach Ralph Friedgen’s Tuesday press conference:

He is expecting both Jamarr Robinson and Danny O’Brien to play Saturday at West Virginia.

Tight end Will Yeatman (broken finger) returned to practice Monday but was “rusty,” Friedgen said. The best-case scenario is that he will be able to play some as a blocking tight end. We’ll see.

Travis Baltz will continue to kick field goals and extra points for Maryland.

Marcus Whitfield tore three ligaments on the first play of his career and is done for the season.

A lot of talk about the rivalry and this being a measuring-stick game. We’ll get into all that.

By Eric Prisbell  |  September 14, 2010; 2:39 PM ET
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Comments

Just win the game. If RF pulls out a win, everyone needs to reset their expectations for the season. Whether its ugly or a rout, a win in Morgantown sends a message that MD will be successful in the ACC. Given the futility of the ACC in out of conference games (except of course for OUR win vs Navy) a win could have huge implications for the program. So just win the game by any means possible no matter how many QBs you send in.

And don't lose due to a QB switch. Either way, they need to be able to run on WVU to win. Really, I think rotating to or away from the hot back is going to have a bigger impact on the game.

Regards -

-hgr

Posted by: HughGRection | September 14, 2010 4:15 PM | Report abuse

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