ATLANTA, GA - OCTOBER 8: C. J.Brown #16 of the Maryland Terrapins passes against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets at Bobby Dodd Stadium on October 8, 2011 in Atlanta, Georgia. Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)
Not surprisingly, given that Randy Edsall has already said no decision will be made until Saturday. But, in case you held hope, you can release it now: in Maryland's most recent updated depth chart, the starting QB is listed as Danny O'Brien or C.J. Brown. Edsall will continue to hold his cards close to the chest on this one.
Though, if you do want to get all conspiracy-theorist about it, Danny O'B is listed first, despite Brown coming first alphabetically. So, y'know, maybe that's a hint. Unless that's exactly what Edsall wants you to think ... or something.
That's probably the most notable development in the depth chart, with only minor changes elsewhere. Andrew Gonnella's spot at left guard is now occupied by the massive Pete White, who's weighing in at 330 pounds, and White's backed up by true freshman Nate Clarke. Tony Logan is no longer listed as a kick returner, either, being supplanted by Avery Graham.
What's more interesting is what's stayed the same: namely, Kenny Tate is in the depth chart and still starting at STAR, while Demetrius Hartsfield - who was injured last week - is still starting at WILL, meaning it's a good bet he'll be good to go on Saturday. A.J. Francis is still behind Maurice Hampton at defensive tackle, while Ronnie Tyler is still listed as the third receiver. And, of course, D.J. Adams is nowhere to be found.