COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Maryland offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach Mike Locksley has his work cut out for him this fall camp. Locksley has to find three or four consistent receivers and a starting quarterback. He has to find some more depth at running back and hope that his offensive line is better then last season. There's no doubt there's talent to work with -- it's just figuring out how to get the unit to run in sync. On Terps media day, Locksley talked with Terrapin Times about the unit in the video below:
Media Day: Locksley Assesses The Offense
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