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Report: Florida State quarterback Ponder expected to start at Maryland

By Eric Prisbell

After missing Saturday's Clemson game with an elbow injury, Florida State quarterback Christian Ponder is expected to start when the Seminoles face Maryland at Byrd Stadium on Saturday night. That's according to this report in the Orlando Sentinel.

By Eric Prisbell  | November 15, 2010; 3:39 PM ET
Categories:  Football  
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This is great news!!

Our defense is not great against the option, and that's what EJ Manuel did successfully against Clemson. You'd have to think a full week of gameplanning, and they'd run nothing but option against the Terps D with Manuel starting.

Ponder is dangerous when he gets out of the pocket, but I think the Terps D is much better suited to defend against a QB like him than a super-athletic one like Manuel.

Posted by: Russtinator | November 15, 2010 4:41 PM | Report abuse

As Terp fans, we know our Def. will bend, the question is, will they break??? GO TERPS!!!

Posted by: frostanna | November 16, 2010 8:14 AM | Report abuse

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