BOSTON (AP) -- Freshman Caleb Rowe played well on his only series as Maryland's fourth quarterback of the season. With the first three sidelined, he'll get a chance to play a whole game on Saturday against Boston College.
Maryland defensive end A.J. Francis said the team has full confidence in Rowe. He moved his team 60 yards in five plays in the final minute last Saturday, but Brad Craddock's 33-yard field goal attempt hit the left upright with two seconds left and North Carolina State held on for a 20-18 victory.
Quarterback is one of the few strong points for BC.
Chase Rettig leads the nation's 34th ranked passing offense. He's completed 56.3 percent of his passes with 13 touchdowns and five interceptions but will be going against a solid pass rush.