C.J. Brown knew that he was largely to blame for the offensive woes that had seen Maryland lose four of five games, turning a once-promising season into one that was quickly slipping away.
The rebirth of the Maryland basketball program under coach Mark Turgeon has thus far produced two baby steps.
Randy Edsall was choking up after the game describing the injury situation and how it was his job to coach and make the best of the situation.
Maryland and Virginia met for the final time as ACC rivals on Saturday in ugly conditions, and despite the loss of starting quarterback C.J. Brown (who was ruled out in pre-game warmups) the Terps managed to hold on for the win, 27-26.
The Maryland Terrapins men’s basketball team will hold Maryland Madness, the team’s annual celebratory first practice, at Cole Field House on Oct. 18, according to Washington Post’s Terrapins Insider.
Randy Edsall got his 47th win on Connecticut’s home field, but this time he was coaching Maryland.
It had been a well over a year since C.J. Brown played in a football game, so it wouldn’t have been surprising if he displayed a bit of rust in his long-awaited return.
Randy Edsall’s first season as Maryland football coach produced two wins. It didn’t get much better last year, when the Terrapins went through four quarterbacks and a six-game skid that resulted in a 4-8 record.
The Maryland football program has a very important item of business to address before moving from the Atlantic Coast Conference to the Big Ten in 2014: to show the ACC what a good team it’s losing.
In an interview with the Junkies Thursday, radio host/Alabama legend says the era of class warfare in college football has just begun, and because of big boosters, the dominant programs will be schools like Oregon, Alabama and … Maryland?