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Maryland's Hills, Rowe learning at offense's pace

Maryland's Hills, Rowe learning at offense's pace

COLLEGE PARK — When Walt Bell was named Maryland's offensive coordinator in December, the Terps knew he was bringing an uptempo attack that rewrote the record books at Arkansas State. But it wasn't until this spring that Maryland was able to see the true impact it could have this fall.

In Saturday's Red-White spring game, the Terps ran 97 plays during four 12-minute quarters and averaged 6 1/2 yards per play. And while it's hard to put too much stock in the statistics, given the different combination of players used — coach DJ Durkin said the point of the...

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