Boston College Vs. Maryland: Randy Edsall Says Starting Quarterback Will Be 'Game-Time Decision'

The Terps will try to stop the bleeding against Boston College, who has been even worse this season. Randy Edsall announced that he will decide on whether to start Danny O'Brien or C.J. Brown at gametime.

The Maryland football team will look to bounce back on Saturday when they square off with an equally-struggling Boston College team at Byrd Stadium. Whether Danny O'Brien or C.J. Brown starts at quarterback is something that we won't know until gametime, at least according to head coach Randy Edsall. Edsall posted on his Twitter account that he will make a "game-time decision" on the starter.

Brown started for the Terps in their 41-16 loss to Florida State last Saturday, but was taken out of the game after being leveled by a hit from Nigel Bradham. Brown was medically cleared to return, but the coaches elected to hold him out in favor of O'Brien.

This is the second time that Edsall will make a game-time decision on his starting quarterback. He did so against Clemson and went with Brown.

For more on the Terps, visit Testudo Times. For more on Boston College, visit BC Interruption and SB Nation Boston.

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