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Maryland Minute - 10.16.13 - Terps not focusing on bowl potential

Maryland may be one win away from their first bowl game in three years, but they're not treating things any differently

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Terps shrug off bowl eligibility as motivating factor, focus on Wake Forest
A win on Saturday would make Maryland bowl eligible for the first time in three years, but the Terps aren't focusing on that.

Maryland football players react to Scott Van Pelt's remark on fan 'indifference' -
C.J. Brown on Terps fans: "Yeah, you notice it. But you try not to pay too much attention to it. We’ve just kind of got to go out there and play our game. We still think we have great fans. We’ve got to give our credit to them. They were there this past Saturday, they were huge for us in the fourth quarter – very loud and supportive."

Bringing passion back to Cole - The Diamondback : Opinion
A guest columnist in the Diamondback writes about growing up in Cole Field House in the context of fans now.

The Numerical, Week 7: Biggest surprises from college football's half-season -
Maryland is one of just 13 teams currently ranked in the top 30 of both Off. S&P+ and Def. S&P+. Bill Connelly has a nice bit of info on Maryland in which he says the 63-0 loss to FSU is more of FSU being good then Maryland being bad. -Dave

Maryland point guard Seth Allen ready to step into spotlight
Seth Allen says he has a chip on his shoulder this season and is ready to go.

Turnover margin a problem for Terps over last two games
After starting off well with it, the turnover margin has been something Maryland has struggled with of late.