Maryland head coach Randy Edsall on Tuesday defended his method for choosing a quarterback, which puts all preconceived notions aside.
Randy Edsall named a leader in the clubhouse for the starting QB job, to the surprise of many. But these three factors help to explain the announcement.
During a radio interview Monday, Maryland head coach Randy Edsall said a former third-string QB is the leader "right now" to win the starting job.
A five-star recruit coming out of high school, one Maryland redshirt freshman is now slotted in as a starter -- and being asked to contribute.