Tip of the cap to bbroman for all the links today...
Scrimmage Recap - UMTerps.com
Probably the most complete (and least honest) practice report you'll see.
Scrimmage Stats Breakdown
Miss the scrimmage? Stupid question, you probably did. Anyway, Pat Stevens has you covered with both stats and analysis.
Also, Anthony Green sighting, but on the other side of the ball.
PK Battle Still Neck and Neck
Smart money's still on Ferrara, but it's still anyone's game. This time, though, it's a good thing.
More on Meggett vs. DRS
"Meggett has improved probably as much as anybody," Franklin said. "I think we’ve got two No. 1 tailbacks and we’re going to use them as such."
Not at all what I wanted. While I don't doubt that the WRs are all game-worthy, I highly doubt all nine would actually play. Normally, six or seven travel.
This has been touched on, but there's a slight twist: it doesn't look like he'll get the Portis Package treatment, but instead be the mop-up QB.
That's another to cross off the list. Never really any interest on either side after the Parker pickup.
Maryland's at #41, and I have to agree.
As high as 13th in the 2004 rankings, Maryland has become decidedly mediocre and has gotten a bit stale
"They are Notre Dame, Virginia, DePaul and Providence," said Grant, the son of former NBA veteran Harvey Grant.
You know the routine.
Congressional? Even though it's worse than Tire and Nut - technically - I think I'd rather go to Congressional before them.
Want to see the entire Elite 24 game? It's here, in seven parts, but I must admit - it's not very entertaining and a little confusing.