It took Jeshaun Jones one game — actually less than a half of last season’s opener — to go from being a little-known freshman receiver at Maryland to a fledgling college football star.
That will happen when you have hand in touchdowns the first three times you touch the ball, and doing it different ways on each, as Jones did early in a 34-29 win over then-No. 23 Texas at FedEx Field. Jones and the Terps are still waiting for the encore.
After becoming the fourth true freshman since 1996 to score catching, running and throwing a touchdown in the same game, Jones had a solid but not spectacular freshman year.
The flashes of eye-popping athleticism were often followed by...