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Maryland coach Randy Edsall has turned to true freshman linebacker Shawn Petty to direct the offense today against Georgia Tech.
The Terrapins (4-4, 2-2 Atlantic Coast Conference) have already lost four quarterbacks for the season because of injury. C.J. Brown tore an ACL in August, Perry Hills ripped his ACL on Oct. 20 against North Carolina State and backup Devin Burns broke a foot in the same game.
Then freshman Caleb Rowe tore an ACL last week in a loss to Boston College.
So for the third time in three games, Maryland will have a different starting quarterback. Petty ran the option at Eleanor Roosevelt (Md.) High, but Edsall recruited the 6-foot-1, 230-pounder to be a linebacker at Maryland.
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This is a big game. Service academies take pride in playing one another and you are not going to get a big blowout in this game. Asking AF to cover that number is too much.
Army has not won since 2005 and gets AF in a letdown spot.