COLLEGE PARK, Md.--Maryland quarterback Caleb Rowe is always ready to go in the game. Rowe has been unexpectedly called in for duty several times this season, and he certainly has a knack for stepping in and getting the job done.
Against Florida State Rowe came in for an injured C.J. Brown and completed a 19-yard pass to Deon Long on third down. Against Wake Forest, Rowe, who once again came in for an injured Brown, needed just two passes to find the end zone for Maryland's only touchdown of the game.
With No. 9 Clemson coming into town on Saturday, C.J. Brown's health has been called into question, and as always, Rowe will be ready.
In fact, the South Carolina native is looking forward to seeing some familiar faces on the field on Saturday. He talks about his preparation, what he learned from Wake Forest, Clemson, and more in the video below.
Rowe Always Ready
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