Maybe a change at kicker is coming for Maryland.
It's just hard to tell.
Coach Ralph Friedgen offered no major hints on who will handle field goals and extra points Saturday against Duke, though senior Travis Baltz (18-for-18 extra points, 4-for-5 on field goals) while Nick Ferrara has worked his way back into form.
Baltz has scored 30 points, tied for fifth among ACC players. Only Virginia Tech kicker Chris Hazley, Georgia Tech quarterback Joshua Nesbitt, Duke kicker Will Snyderwine and Florida State kicker Dustin Hopkins have more.
Ferrara handled kickoffs the last two weeks, and perhaps an opportunity to reclaim his job was created when Baltz missed a 45-yard field goal.
(For what it's worth, Ferrara was 2-for-3 from 45 yards and beyond last season).
"Baltz was ahead, but it wasn't under pressure," Friedgen said of Monday's practice. "We'll kick today and we'll kick Wednesday and we'll make a decision there."