COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Maryland offensive coordinator Mike Locksley is ecstatic to have quarterback C.J. Brown back and healthy. He would, however, like to see his prize passer/runner step out of bounds instead of taking the hit.
On the other side of the ball, defense coordinator Brian Stewart is preparing for Doak Walker candidate Andre Williams and Boston College's powerful running game. Both coordinators like the vibe of the team coming off of the upset win at Virginia Tech and hope to ride the wave at home this Saturday on Senior Day.
Locksley, Stewart Eyeing Seventh Win
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