COLLEGE PARK, Md.--Maryland lost its top two offensive weapons, Stefon Diggs and Deon Long,to injuries last weekend, but head coach Randy Edsall is sticking with the same motto, "next man up."
He talks about injuries, the state of the team, listing C.J. Brown and Caleb Rowe as co-starters, and Homecoming weekend, in the video below.
"Next Man Up"
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