The start of the football season is right around the corner and the Terps are trying to find their new starting quarterback while trying to bring cohesion to a young offensive line. At least the C.J. Brown injury happen a few weeks before the start of the season rather than a day before the William and Mary game...
Edsall on ESPN: Maryland's expectations
Randy has an immense talent for saying quite a lot of nothing. Coach-speak at its finest. Still worth a quick watch, I suppose, since it was on ESPN. - Ben B.
Terps Coach Randy Edsall remains optimistic despite injury to C.J. Brown - Terrapins Insider - The Washington Post
Rockin' Randy is still optimistic about the season, despite losing Brown. No one expected DOB to light it up like he did when he came out of no where. While I think Maryland will struggle, we do have good receivers. I'm more worried about the o-line protecting whoever ends up starting...
Terps' offense turns to true freshman QB - College Football Nation Blog - ESPN
Heather Dinich weighs in on the QB situation
Q&A with Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon - baltimoresun.com
Matt Bracken does an awesome Q&A with Mark Turgeon. Seriously, so many of the questions you have about this season (and next) are answered by him. Definitely worth a read.
Juan Dixon to be inducted into U-Md. Hall of Fame - Terrapins Insider - The Washington Post
I think this one slipped through the cracks. I honestly thought Juan was already in. I'm actually shocked he wasn't. Maybe there is a 10 year waiting period or something? Either way, this is Juaaaaaaaaan-derful news.
Roddy Peters Unofficial Visit Recap - Terrapin Station - A Maryland Terrapins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Nice recap of Roddy Peters' recent visit to College Park by the folks at Terrapin Station.
In Pursuit of Perfection: The Fred G. Story - Black Shoe Diaries
Some hilarious Friday reading from our friends over at Black Shoe Diaries. You'll probably get a chuckle out of this response to a reader email they received that offered some interesting critiques of their work.