Oct 24, 2012
Changes at QB are nothing new for Maryland
Nick Wass/AP After coming in for an injured Perry Hills, sophomore quarterback Devin Burns led the Terps on three second-half scoring drives during Saturday's loss to N.C. State.
Some painful memories of West Virginia for Maryland's Gilbert
The Terrapins were off to a 2-0 start in 2010. They were down 21-0 in the third quarter at West Virginia when Gilbert retreated to pass block, felt his knee twist as he planted his foot and heard the pop that would change the course of his career.
The Washington Post
As Terps prepare to enter noisy Mountaineer Field, confidence in Perry Hills remains constant
Saturday will present a challenge heretofore unknown to Maryland's true freshmen, both from a competition standpoint and regarding the decibel level.
The Baltimore Sun
Maryland will look to rebound Saturday at West Virginia
When Maryland plays at West Virginia on Saturday, the two schools will continue a rivalry appearing to possess all the elements required for healthy football hostility.