There was a lot of talk about the WVU game being a barometer for where this team stood after winning their first two games of the season. I think WVU showed they have a lot of work to do, but there is still the makings of a good team in there. So what does the FIU game Saturday mean for the Terps? Jeff Barker describes why these next two games (also includes the next game against Duke) are just as important as the WVU game was in determining where this team stands. He notes FIU is basically Middle-Tennessee State all over again. If this team wants to do something, they have to win this game. If they don't, well, don't expect much from this team the rest of the season.
Tracking the Terps: Terps face two-game test - Jeff Barker
Maryland DT A.J. Francis helps keep the Terps football team loose - The Sun
Maryland players A.J. Francis, Adrian Moten and Alex Wujciak keep the Terps football team light and loose.
Eye-opener: Do you agree that college athletes should be paid?
Interesting article. Gary weighs in.
Terrapins Insider - Maryland and Texas, a tale of two football programs
Interesting read...maybe they'll flip flop again by the time this series actually starts...
Terps agree to play Texas in 2017-18 - The Diamondback - Sports
The interesting thing in this post that I thought was worthy was that the Diamondback notes that the location for the return game in MD in 2018 hasn't been decided yet. I'm holding out hope for M&T Bank stadium in Baltimore because it's 1,000x better than FedEx Field...
Recruiting Report: Loyola receiver Jordan Floyd has early Terps offer
As far as 2012 targets go, he'll probably be one of the better local ones, along with Wes Brown and Cyrus Jones. If he's good enough to get an offer this early, he's probably really good. -BB
Maryland Athletics - University of Maryland Official Athletic Site - Men's Soccer
Men's Soccer heads down to Chapel Hill to take on #3 UNC Friday. Hope they pull out a W.