COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Last year, Terps running back Brandan Ross rushed for 419 yards, second only to C.J. Brown on the team. Ross played in all 13 games with nine starts, but was hampered by nagging injuries during his junior campaign. Now healthy and ready to break out, Ross figures to get the bulk of the work, while sharing the ball with Wes Brown. On Sept. 2, Ross talked to the media about his expectations as he readies for the opener against Richmond Sept. 5.
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