Here it is: The daily Maryland quarterback update.
It's not definitive. But it certainly points to Danny O'Brien's second straight start being Maryland's most likely scenario Saturday against Duke.
Junior Jamarr Robinson (shoulder) did not play against Florida International and remains, according to coach Ralph Friedgen, "limited" after Maryland's first day of practice this week.
Robinson started Maryland's first three games before O'Brien earned the nod Saturday. Robinson is 21-for-43 for 308 yards, four touchdowns and two interceptions this season. O'Brien is 23-for-37 for 329 yards, five touchdowns and no interceptions.
"Jamarr's still limited," Friedgen said. "We'll know more about that by Thursday. He did practice last night. He's ahead of where he was last week. Danny practiced last night also, so we're ahead of where we were. We'll make a decision by the end of the week."
Friedgen didn't rule Robinson out (as he did several players already known to be done for much or all of the season), and added "everybody else we expect to play."
How much is a variable still in flux. So is, at least at some level, who.
At least that's what Friedgen said today.
"I'm going to play the best guy, the best guy who moves the football," Friedgen said. "I'm not that stupid, contrary to popular belief. My job is to win football games and we'll do whatever we have to do to put the guy in who's going to help us win the football game."