COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Maryland offensive coordinator Mike Locksley said the rugged, aggressive Penn State defense, led by linebacker Mike Hull, will be yet another challenge for the Terps' offense. UMD struggled to move the ball against Wisconsin, Locklsey admitted, and the unit has to make adjustments and raise its game to have any shot against PSU. Locksley said he has to do a better job of play calling, while he noted that quarterback C.J. Brown must play with confidence and the other offensive weapons have to become consistent playmakers.
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