Four people held up a large banner behind the Maryland bench that summarized the crowd: "Thank you coach Friedgen."
Loyalty came to RFK Stadium on Wednesday in the form of a large send-off for fired coach Ralph Friedgen, who coached the Maryland Terrapins one last time in the Military Bowl.
More than 20,000 Terps fans came to Maryland's 51-20 victory over East Carolina. It was a rocking house of 38,062 in the District's third annual bowl...Read Full Story
(Rob Carr/Getty Images)Following a torching at the hands of Temple (a team mostknow for being tossed out of the Big (L)East for lack of pigskin prowess), newMaryland coach Randy Edsall said winning at Maryland “is a process.”Some took this to mean that Edsall wassuggesting that the Terps, who were 9-4 last year, were in the process ofrebuilding after Ralph Friedgen’s poorly-handled ousting. Did we mention the Terps were 9-4 last year?“This is a process we are in,” he said on Saturday after...Read Full Story
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Now that Randy Edsall has his "dream job" as Maryland's football coach, he intends to compete for the Atlantic Coast Conference title on a regular basis.
At his introductory news conference Monday, Edsall said he "came here to win championships." He said that if wasn't his goal, there's "no sense for me to be here."
Edsall comes to Maryland after a 12-year run at Connecticut, where he guided the Huskies to a...Read Full Story
“What’s happened this year when you think of guys that have winning records and now they’re not going to be the coach of their team next year -- I think of West Virginia, Pittsburgh; I think about Miami, about Maryland -- and knowing how hard it is to win ... I think a perfect example is Texas. They play for the national championship last year. They’ve got good players. They’ve got good coaches and they just got on a bad run and it’s hard to win. I think people think, ‘Hey, let’s just change...Read Full Story
Shocking, we know...As noted earlier in the week, our advice to new Marylandcoach Randy Edsall was to “stop talking.” He has been talking though and, evidently, some of what he said hasfound its way to The Fridge’s beefy ears…This exchange happened yesterday:Glenn Clark/WSNT Baltimore: Is it tough for you to watch?Have you sat down and watched any Maryland games or is it tough for you to dothat? I know you love the kids, but I also know you’re a Maryland alum, andit’s got to be a little...Read Full Story
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