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Five things to watch at Maryland spring football
Five things to watch at Maryland spring football

Maryland's spring practice session begins Wednesday morning and will culminate with the annual Red-White scrimmage April 11 at Byrd Stadium. Here are five things to keep an eye on as the Terps begin preparing for their second season in the Big Ten in the fall. The development of backup quarterbacks Perry Hills and Shane Cockerille: It seems so long ago that Hills, then a true freshman, was thrown into a starting role for the first seven games after a season-ending injury to C.J. Brown in 2012. Now a redshirt junior, Hills has played sparingly since getting hurt himself that year. But he is the only other quarterback in the program beside fellow senior Caleb Rowe with any...

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