Watch Edsall's full comments on Ross in the video player above, which will begin momentarily.
COLLEGE PARK -- For every defensive stand, there was an offensive drive from which little was produced. Hold the fort, then fail to gain ground in the other direction.
Despite a Herculean effort by Maryland's defense, the Terrapin offense struggled Saturday night in a loss to Michigan State. Here are five things to know.
Maryland running back Brandon Ross began Saturday’s game against West Virginia on the bench. Fellow junior Albert Reid started in his place before Ross ended up with four carries.
Why was Maryland's most effective RB of 2014 on the bench against West Virginia? Randy Edsall explained. Get details here.