COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Maryland interim head coach Mike Locksley talked about the improved play of his offensive line the past two games. Michael Dunn, who leads the offensive line with 51-starts, discussed the line and what he expects from Iowa's defensive front Oct. 31.
Meanwhile, Maryland receiver Amba Etta-Tawo expects to see stingy defense in Iowa City, Ia. He talked about the difference between the Hawkeyes UMD defeated last year and the current version, which is ranked top-10 nationally.
Finally, offensive lineman Ryan Doyle, who is from Iowa City, discussed Iowa's defense as a whole and the challenge it presents. He also talked about quarterback Perry Hills and broke down the rest of Maryland's offense/running game.