Maryland's upset of Rutgers over the weekend was almost lost, in the wake of all the other ones. But the star was backup quarterback Chris Turner, who engineered the second-half comeback. And here's something cool: His dad was in RATT!
Well, for a while, anyway, His dad, John Turner, was the band's drummer before being replaced by Bobby Blotzer. Lead singer Stephen Pearcy kicked Turner out in 1982, right before the band went "huge."
But Turner had the last laugh; we're sure Pearcy was watching the game Saturday, wondering why he couldn't have fathered a football player. He surely was.
Terps' QB Turner Is The Son Of A Rocker [Inside Charm City]