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Maryland football 2015 season previews, with analytics

A collection of our analytical previews of Maryland football's 2015 campaign.

Maryland's luck should turn in 2015

How the Terrapins, with an even turnover ratio, drew the short end of the stick last season.

Craddock, Likely lead dominant special teams unit

Maryland has the best kicker in college football and an elite return man, but punting looms as a question mark.

How will Maryland replace its best rusher?

An improved offensive line should help, but does Maryland have enough playmakers in the backfield to offer a more explosive rushing attack?

Maryland's receiving dilemma

The Terrapins lost 75 percent of their production at wide receiver, so they'll need to find catches wherever they can.

MD OL should be better in '15, even better after

Maryland's offensive line has struggled for three seasons. Good times should be just around the corner.

For Maryland's secondary, the big play is king

Maryland's defensive backs struggled to create turnovers and stop the deep passing game last season. Will 2015 be any different?

What the numbers say about Maryland's QB battle

Perry Hills might be in a better position than you think!

Will Maryland's 4-3 defense stop the run?

The Terrapins have a new defensive coordinator and overhauled base scheme for 2015.