In the days leading up to playing Indiana last Saturday in Bloomington, Maryland backup quarterback Tyrrell Pigrome tried to boost the confidence of the team’s starter, Kasim Hill.
Hill was coming off one of several subpar performances in what had been an up-and-down season for the redshirt freshman sophomore, as well as for the Terps.
“I was telling him … ‘Obviously you the guy, so you just ball,” Pigrome said after practice Tuesday. “We just back each other up.”
Last Saturday, Hill bawled. And Pigrome is no longer the backup.
Tackled by Hoosiers linebacker Cam Jones in the second quarter at Indiana’s Memorial Stadium, Hill fell backwards awkwardly as his left...