So many questions, and so few answers after an embarrassment in Winston-Salem. Where does the Maryland football team go from here (and this only pertains to the offense)?
First, who should be the starting QB? Does it make sense to make the change to Caleb Rowe, the better passer, when your best receivers won't be on the field? Or, should we stick with CJ Brown, the better runner, and try to become a run-first offense? Can a semblance of a running threat at QB make it easier to throw the ball without your best receivers?
With Stefon Diggs and Deon Long out for the season, are we suddenly - and unexpectedly - very thin at wide receiver? Are redshirts about to be burned like Atlanta in the Civil War?
What effect will our mediocre-at-best offensive line have on what we are able to do on that side of the ball? I guess the real question is: Will the o-line we have be more effective with Caleb at QB, or CJB? And with Brandon Ross also being injured (I haven't heard what his injury is, or how long he'll be out), does that make Caleb a better option, or CJB? Also, if Ross is going to miss one or more games, we have Albert Reid and Jacquille Veii at running back, followed, I believe, by Joe Riddle; is that enough depth to even consider adjusting our offense to focus more on the run?
Like I said: So many questions; anyone care to offer any answers?