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At QB, Edsall ready with Plan B, Plan C

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In its 20-18 loss to North Carolina State on Saturday, Maryland turned in its best offensive game this season, producing 462 total yards, and did it under adverse circumstances, losing quarterback Perry Hills (knee) late in the first half. The true freshman was hurt as he tried to get to N.C. State cornerback David Amerson on an interception return. But give Maryland head coach Randy Edsall and...

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