Junior quarterback spent most weekends in Pittsburgh this summer preparing to win the starting job.
Terps offensive coordinator Mike Locksley expresses confidence in his system, which will be led by junior quarterback Perry Hills.
After spending parts of training camp limited, junior defensive end will see first game action in nearly a year on Saturday.
As season opener against Richmond approaches, Terps ready to follow junior quarterback's lead.
Among the players to earn scholarships are starters Mike Minter and Christian Carpenter.
With redshirt freshman Damian Prince "nicked up," Terps make moves at right tackle and left guard in preparation for opener against Richmond.
The junior quarterback beats out Daxx Garman and Caleb Rowe for starting job.
The trip to Madison -- with Terps top recruit and Milwaukee native Diamond Stone -- is part of a tough three-game stretch that also includes Michigan and Ohio State.
After moving from quarterback to fullback during the offseason, former Gilman star has impressed during camp.
Junior says he's ready to shoulder responsibility for a wide receiver corps that has seen plenty of turnover since last season.