Hundreds of fans packed into the bleachers at Dunbar's football field Saturday afternoon, and dozens more looked on through the fence. They were there to see the Maryland football team play its first of two scrimmages at local high schools.
And on the first drive of the day, they weren't disappointed.
On the scrimmage's opening play, quarterback Ricardo Young found wide receiver Deon Long down the left sideline for a 70-yard gain. Seconds later, running back Brandon Ross rumbled into the end zone for a 5-yard score.
That's how much of the afternoon went for the Terps. Despite an uneven performance at quarterback and...