Second, and more importantly, is the way that junior Jamarr Robinson has shown his grasp of the offense in the Terps’ first three practices. ... "He brings the ability to make plays with his feet," head coach-in-waiting James Franklin said. "From here on out, that’s what all of our quarterbacks will be able to do. Our quarterbacks will always be a thrower first. [But] he has to have the ability to take a negative-yardage play and turn it into a positive."Ivan Maisel on Maryland's QBs Sounds like Robinson is taking a lead. That's big. Also big: an entirely new (and much more correct) mentality and approach to the QB position from Fridge. I liked Hollenbach, but I like running QBs even more.