COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — With a new quarterback and a playbook that pays homage to Alabama’s dynamic attack, Maryland’s offense under first-year coach Michael Locksley has the potential to be diverse, exciting and productive.
“This offense has a lot of weapons,” said quarterback Josh Jackson, a 6-foot-2, 220-pound junior transfer from Virginia Tech. “We have a chance to surprise a lot of people because we’re going to have a great offense.”
Jackson will be the starter based on his performance in summer practice and his 2017 season with the Hokies. He threw for 20 touchdowns and ran for six scores at Virginia Tech.
Combine Jackson with 1,000-yard rusher Anthony McFarland Jr., throw in