Maryland head coach Randy Edsall has yet to make a determination as to who will be his team’s starting quarterback when the Terrapins take the field Saturday against No. 1 Ohio State in Columbus, he said Sunday during a conference call with the media.
Edsall said it is possible that the decision will not be acknowledged publicly by the program until a quarterback is sent out under center for Maryland’s first offensive series on Saturday.
“We’re going to make a decision that we feel is best for our team moving forward,” Edsall said, “and what we feel we need to do in order to be successful and move the ball and do the things that we need to do.”
The quarterback position continues to be a carousel for Maryland.
After junior Perry Hills started the first two games of the season, he was replaced by senior Caleb Rowe to begin Week 3 against South Florida. But Rowe has been benched in the second half of each of the past two games after continuing to add to his FBS-leading 12 total interceptions.
Following Saturday’s shutout loss to Michigan, Edsall said that a change would be made. He said on the conference call Sunday that Hills could once again be in consideration for the starting job.
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