COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Maryland offensive coordinator Mike Locksley was generally pleased with the offense after a 52-7 Week One victory against JMU. He talked up running back Brandon Ross and the receivers, though acknowledged quarterback C.J. Brown and the offensive line still have work to do. Locksley also went in-depth about the backup receivers who will now play larger roles with Taivon Jacobs out for the year and Levern Jacobs suspended. He discussed Maryland's next opponent, USF, as well.
See what else Locksley had to say in the video below:
Locksley Likes Offense's Progress
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