July 23, 2012; Greensboro, NC, USA; Maryland Terrapins head football coach Randy Edsall talks to reporters during the ACC media day at the Grandover Resort in Greensboro NC. Mandatory Credit: Sam Sharpe-US PRESSWIRE
And so it begins, the second year of the Edsall era. I'm excited and I'm much more optimistic than I was just a few months ago. I'm thinking a 6-7 win season is definitely achievable.
So it appears at least some, but maybe not all jerseys, will have the names returning to the back this season.
"Maryland says it will have players' names on the backs of at least some of its jerseys. That represents a change from last season. The school displayed red and white jerseys today at the Gossett Football Team House. Those jerseys will include players' names. But keep in mind that the team -- which has more uniform combinations that fashion models have shoes -- may wear other jerseys that may not include individuals' names."
Terps’ Stefon Diggs shrugs off high expectations - Washington Times
"I don’t really think too much of it," Diggs said. "You can’t let that type of stuff get to your head or you’re going to act a certain way. I try not to portray myself in any sort of way. I’m just here to work hard."
Nice to hear that from Diggs.
Terps QB Brown won't play it safe this season - NCAA - SI.com
C.J. Brown is going to keep running.
More info about the new field, including player reactions.
"I think it looks great out there. Walking out there today, lots of guys said, `This is pretty sweet.’ A lot cooler than a regular turf field most of the guys have played on," said quarterback CJ Brown."
Edsall hopes Terps have formula for success - herald-mail.com
Is Randy Edsall a mad scientist? This article examines how he's dabbling in chemistry to find the right combination for a winning team and program.
Maryland's Edsall getting a fresh start | WashingtonExaminer.com
More on Edsall's second season at Maryland.
Terps Trio: Nick Faust overseas, breakout football player, Under Armour's influence - Baltimore Sun
Baltimore Sun staffers Don Markus, Chris Korman and Matt Bracken weigh in on the three biggest topics of the past week in Maryland sports.
Catching up (Twitter-style) with 53 of the nation's best teams - Andy Glockner - SI.com
"Maryland Will Terrell Stoglin's departure help young Terps morph into a more Turgeon-style ball-sharing team? Or will they lack offensive options?"
Hopefully Faust fills that scoring void, in addition to the new front court help. I don't think one person, per se, picks up for Stoglin, but that scoring comes from a variety of folks.