COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Maryland offensive coordinator Mike Locksley praised his unit's effort against Syracuse, though the running game never got rolling. But with the Terps about to be pitted against a somewhat shaky Indiana defense, Brandon Ross, Wes Brown and Co. could potentially be in for a heavy workload -- if the passing game can help open things up, according to Locksley. Locksley also discussed Jacquille Veii, the tight end situation with Andrew Isaacs down, quarterback C.J. Brown and more.
See what he had to say in the video below:
Locksley Eager to Get Ground Game Rolling
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