Scottie Montgomery came out of Tuesday's workout in a positive mood and with the weather changing to a little cooler, fall like temperature, he liked what he saw on Tuesday. He yanked Thomas Sirk away from the press in a jokingly fashion and began his portion of the proceedings with the local press in attendance after practice. "The weather, the climate change I spoke about it to our guys yesterday. There are a lot of things that happen when you're forming a team," Montgomery said, "You're forming then you're storming and now you're performing and then all of the sudden you get this culture change and we'll get it done here. There is no question, but the weather change today was good for us."
“[Moore] just does a great job,” Maryland head coach DJ Durkin said. “He’s a very talented guy. He plays hard. He runs good routes and has good ball skills. So we do a lot to get him the ball and design it that way, and he always answers the call and comes to play every week.” On a national scale, Moore is currently 4th in the FBS in receiving touchdowns, 11th in receiving yards, and 13th in receptions per game. The Biletnikoff Award Selection Committee, a group of college football journalists and commentators, as well as some former college football wide receivers choose the recipient of the highly distinguished award from a group of the nation’s top wideouts. And with the way he’s been playing