Maryland Players React After Loss to FSU

TALLAHASSEE, Fla.--Select Maryland players spoke following their lopsided loss to Florida State on Saturday.

TALLAHASSEE, Fla.--Quarterback Caleb Rowe, center Sal Conaboy, nose tackle Darius Kilgo, and linebacker Cole Farrand spoke with the media following the Terps 63-0 loss to Florida State on Saturday.

Center Sal Conaboy
Florida State successfully stymied Maryland's running game, as the Terps' picked up just 33 yards on 25 carries. The offense struggled to develop momentum throughout the afternoon, and center Sal Conaboy spoke several key factors that contributed to the Terps' loss.


Quarterback Caleb Rowe
With quarterback C.J. Brown out due to injury, Caleb Rowe stepped in midway through the second quarter and completed 9-of-17 passes for 119 yards. Rowe's long pass of the day was a 26-yard completion to wide receiver Nigel King late in the third quarter. He talks about his performance, Brown's injury, FSU's defense, and moving on from the loss in the video below.


Nose Tackle Darius Kilgo
It was not a good day for the Terps' defense, which allowed Florida State to pick up more than 600 yards of offense. Nose tackle Darius Kilgo, who has one tackle, spoke about the defense's disappointing day after the loss.


Linebacker Cole Farrand
Linebacker Cole Farrand finished with five tackles, including a tackle for loss. He spoke about trying to stop Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston, and where it all went wrong, in the video below.

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