We always have to remember these are kids out there playing representing our great University.
Coach Randy Edsall had no update Sunday on Hills and demurred on hypothetical situations if the quarterback was lost for an extended period. But there was no doubt it was a wrenching development for the freshman, who sobbed as he was carted off during Saturday’s 20-18 loss to N.C. State. “He was devastated,” Edsall said. “He wanted to go out there and compete. At halftime, he wanted to put a brace on and go out and play.” from the Washington Times
The kicker Brad Craddock was being consoled by just about every player and coach on the team. The sting from this will eventually subside and hopefully make the team stronger. But it is not one anyone will quickly forget. The following video is from Mark Clem and terrapintimestv.com
On the positive side are the following points:
This is a different team with a healthy Wes Brown at tailback.
It is a real tribute to Edsall and Locksley that the Devon and Caleb were so well preparedto take over after Perry’s injury.
The guys on this team have bought into Edsall 100 % and if you can’t see this you are not watching. Help in the offensive line is neede badly and certainly the arrival of Derwin Gray next year will help.
This team proves how well conditioned it is by outplaying every opponent in the 4th quarter
Yes the ACC is weak but get it straight the Terps can play with anyone in this league. The best is yet to come.