Throughout his five years at Maryland, Perry Hills has never felt solid footing in his position at quarterback.
When Hills started the opening game of his freshman year after C.J. Brown suffered a season-ending knee injury, Hills knew it had come down to a last-minute choice between him and fellow freshman Caleb Rowe.
When he started the season opener a year ago, Rowe again was right behind him. Hills saw his starting job taken away after he was benched in the fourth quarter of a home loss to Bowling Green the following week.
According to Maryland offensive coordinator Walt Bell, the fifth-year senior is the clear No. 1 quarterback going into Friday’s...