Eight practices are in the books, and Maryland football’s veterans are feeling a renewed sense of competition from the incoming freshman.
“The young guys coming in are all ready to go. They’re trying to get a spot, I feel like it’s a better energy. Everybody’s competing,” sophomore running back Lorenzo Harrison said at a practice open to the media on Wednesday.
Watch Harrison’s, center Brendan Moore’s and defensive lineman Brett Kulka’s full interviews from the team’s first media availability below:
Maryland’s practices will pick up in both intensity and frequency as the team approaches its season opener against Texas on September 2nd. Right now, the Longhorns are 17.5-point favorites over the Terps.
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