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  The Maryland football team arrived back in College Park around 4 a.m. Sunday after a disappointing defeat at Northwestern. The loss already had marinated for a few hours on the bus and plane as the team traveled home. Some coaches slept at the team facility, and the players returned by noon Sunday for their daily novel coronavirus testing. Quarterback Taulia Tagovailoa began his work an hour earlier than required - watching the video from his Maryland debut that three times left him walking to the sideline after an interception. "We all have the responsibility of personally being accountable for what we put on tape and how we coach - players and coaches included," Coach Michael Locksley said. "There's no doubt in my mind that Lia took personal accountability for how he played on Saturday."

Locksley, a former quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator, meets with his quarterbacks the Sunday after games. Any loss brings urgency and some reassurance that another opportunity will come soon. For Tagovailoa, the next chance arrives Friday night against visiting Minnesota. Locksley said he is "100 percent" committed to Tagovailoa as Maryland's starter. The sophomore's performance at Northwestern - 14-for-25 passing for 94 yards with three interceptions in a 43-3 loss - could be remembered as merely one bad showing, albeit the Terrapins' worst defeat in an opener since 1892, the team's inaugural season. If Tagovailoa becomes the Terps' long-awaited stable quarterback, that game could become one of more than 30. "We're going to watch film and watch the mistakes," Tagovailoa said after the season opener. "I have full faith in Coach Locks and our whole team that we're going to come back better from this." - Washington Post


(DS#6 QB) rSo/2023 QB Taulia TagovailoaMaryland
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