Worth a read. The guy had his methods. Just wish he didn't whine and scowl with the officials so much.
"I would like to extend my sincere apologies for the unfortunate incident that took place on the sideline on Saturday," Hansard wrote in a message addressed to Tagovailoa and Maryland. "It was truly an act of impulse, and not malice. I did not and would not intentionally try to hurt another player. I believe in the integrity and the rules of the game. My actions were not in line with the expectations we have for ourselves as a Penn State Football program. Please accept my apology for any unsportsmanlike behavior."
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Maryland legend Walt "The Wizard" Williams on local podcast https://open.spotify.com/episode/6DSSfzK75wbMw6QwFSUctR?si=2UZuW4ueQweMWiPuOicYww
NCAA and Public: Crowing the 19-20 University of Maryland men's & women's basketball teams national champs
Ahead of Rutgers and Maryland is where. I imagine Maryland will work their way up this list.
Dwayne Haskins takes a selfie with a few fans in the final moments of a Redskins win, but misses the last play because of it. He was wearing #7 which Joe Theismann had given him permission to wear, but whom may have regretted it later. Joe tweets his displeasure citing a lack of professionalism. He could of mentioned self absorption too.
Dr. Scott A. Lynch accused Franklin in a lawsuit filed in Pennsylvania, saying the coach tried to "influence his decisions" on whether a player was ready to play again after suffering an injury, Penn Live reported Monday, citing the suit.
He got an upgrade!
We run through some Terps news including what players have new basketball numbers, before starting our football previews. 41 days till Texas!