All-ACC Foxworth isnM-Ft up to a rare challenge

Cornerback is victimized on 2 big completions early

Maryland Notebook

October 10, 2004|By Jeff Zrebiec | Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF

(Zer)O line Of all MarylandM-Fs shortcomings yesterday, and Ralph Friedgen rattled off several in his post-game news conference, the Maryland coach seemed particularly perturbed with the play of the offensive line.

Georgia Tech sacked Joel Statham and Jordan Steffy six times and the Terps also generated virtually nothing on the ground, aside from Josh AllenM-Fs 28-yard first quarter run.

M-t[Georgia Tech] is very quick,M-v said Friedgen. M-tThey do a lot of line shifts and they blitz quite a bit. But you know, every blitz they gave us, we practiced against. I thought we were pretty wel l prepared. I guess we werenM-Ft.M-v

Added senior offensive guard C.J. Brooks: M-tWe had a lot of trouble with their line movement. We just didnM-Ft play well.M-v

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