Maryland Terrapins quarterback CJ Brown (16) runs for a gain past diving West Virginia Mountaineers lineman Eric Kinsey (45) at M&T Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports
COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) - On a day in which Maryland bids farewell to 15 seniors before its final home game in the Atlantic Coast Conference, the Terrapins can only hope their most lasting memory Saturday isn't the image of Boston College running back Andre Williams blasting through the line on a course to the end zone.
Williams leads the nation with 1,810 yards rushing and is coming off a 339-yard, two-touchdown performance against North Carolina State. If the Terrapins are to build on last week's upset win at Virginia Tech, their No. 1 priority is obvious.
Coach Randy Edsall says, "There is no secret to what we've got to do. We need to stop the run and Andre Williams."
The Terrapins will be without leading tackler Cole Farrand, who's out with a shoulder injury.