Maryland's offensive line going to be 'maybe better than people think' - baltimoresun.com
With help from new offensive line coach Greg Studrawa, Maryland coach Randy Edsall said the offensive line has gone from a primary concern to a unit that is going to be "maybe better than people think."
Randy Edsall says Michigan’s football crowds are big but not loud - The Washington Post
Edsall's been in the Big House before, with Connecticut. The rest of the Terps will get their first taste on Nov. 22.
2014 preseason Crystal Ball: SI picks for the playoff, Heisman Trophy, more - College Football - SI.com
More and more people getting on the Terps bandwagon. [Dave]
Ranking the 99 best games of college football's 2014 opening week - SBNation.com
ICYMI, our very own Pete Volk breaks down the 99 best games of college football's opening week. Check it out to see where the Maryland-JMU game ranks. [Dave]
LOOK: Randy Edsall's playing career ranked among FBS coaches | Comcast SportsNet Baltimore
CBSSports.com ranked the playing careers of all 128 FBS football head coaches and Randy Edsall checks in at 89th overall. But hey, that's one spot better than Urban Meyer.
Edsall: Athletes bring 'millions of dollars to the university' | Comcast SportsNet Baltimore
Edsall talks candidly about the new "Maryland Way Guarantee."
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Terrapin Station takes a closer look.
Around the B1G
Big Ten Recruiting Roundtable: Week of 8/18 - BT Powerhouse
A look at the week that was in Big Ten recruiting. [Dave]
Urban Meyer Navy week press conference: Braxton Miller, Jeff Heuerman, Michael Bennett, Doran and Curtis Grant captains - Land-Grant Holy Land
Ohio State is going to be in Baltimore this weekend to take on one of Maryland's historic rivals, The Naval Academy, at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore. [Dave]
The Galactic Empire picks Ohio State...still. - Off Tackle Empire
Is Ohio State still the favorite in the B1G? [Dave]
WELCOME BACK, CASUAL PENN STATE FOOTBALL FAN! - Black Shoe Diaries
James Franklin is doing a lot at Penn State, including bringing back the casual PSU fan. [Dave]