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Maryland Minute 2.10.15 - Is Ralph Friedgen stepping down as Rutgers offensive coordinator?

We also hit on Maryland basketball's defense, how close was Maryland to landing Isaiah Prince and some cooking recipes.

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Maryland football

Ralph Friedgen not expected to return as Rutgers offensive coordinator |
Signs point to Rutgers offensive coordinator Ralph Friedgen not returning to call the Scarlet Knights' offensive plays for next season. If so, Ralph certainly gets to go out on top after that come back he pulled against his Alma Mater. It would also be good news for Maryland because Friedgen is a fantastic offensive mind. He's a much better coordinator than he is a head coach.

Post-injury dealings contributed to cornerback Darnell Savage committing to Terps - Baltimore Sun
The Terps were the first school to offer Darnell Savage a scholarship, having done so months earlier, and Savage said Maryland coach Randy Edsall was the first coach that reached out to him once he got hurt.

Isaiah Prince on spurning Terps football: ‘I think Maryland was pretty close’ - The Washington Post
I guess that's better than him saying "Nah, Maryland was just there as a courtesy."

Off Skillet Empire: Linguine Pasta with Shrimp & Scallops - Off Tackle Empire
Our friends at Off Tackle, err Skillet Empire are discussing some delicious food recipes. This one mentions shrimp and scallops but says only a "dash" of Old Bay, if desired. 1. Someone ALWAYS desires Old Bay. 2. It's always more than a "dash"

Maryland basketball

Big Ten Basketball Power Poll: Week 13 - Talking 10
Terps stay at #3

After drubbing at Iowa, Turgeon remains confident in Terps’ defense - The Washington Post
Maryland eyes defensive adjustments ahead of Wednesday's game against Indiana.

Terps know they need better defense to slow hot-shooting opponents - Baltimore Sun
Whatever silver lining the Maryland men's basketball team is taking from Sunday's 71-55 loss at Iowa probably has a few perforations, if not holes, much like the the defense the Terps are playing these days.