Originally posted on CBS Baltimore:
COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — Maryland wide receiver Kevin Dorsey has already earned his diploma, received three varsity letters and been to a bowl game.
Here’s something the fifth-year senior hasn’t done: been a part of a victory over West Virginia, a shortcoming he and the rest of Maryland’s upperclassmen hope to rectify Saturday against the No. 8 Mountaineers in Morgantown.
“I guess that’s the only blemish on my career,” Dorsey said Tuesday. “It would be incredible to beat them, especially my last time being there as a player.”
The Terrapins have lost six straight to West Virginia since a 41-7 victory in the 2004 Gator Bowl. It’s also been five years since Maryland defeated a Top 10 team. With an upset win in a hostile environment Saturday, the Terps can end both streaks.
“It would be awesome, especially because I’ve got a little bit of a grudge against them…
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