Maryland led the game 24-20 with the ball inside the Boston College ten-yard line with just under eight minutes to go and found a way to lose 29-26. The events of how it got there […]
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.
Maryland had an extra week to prepare for Syracuse, and still came out lethargic. In a game with many high-profile 2014 recruits in attendance, and bowl eligibility on the line, Maryland came out and did […]
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.
Maryland had not won against West Virginia in their last seven tries, that streak came to a screeching halt thanks to a 37-0 Terps victory.
Randy Edsall got his 47th win on Connecticut’s home field, but this time he was coaching Maryland.
Maryland’s game at Rentschler Field in East Hartford, Conn. on Saturday figures to be an emotional one for Terps head coach Randy Edsall, as he returns to the stadium and program he helped build for the first time since departing UConn for College Park in 2011.
Things didn’t go as planned for the Terrapins last season, and allowing Danny O’Brien to transfer proved disastrous for Randy Edsall, as he watched his four remaining quarterbacks go down with season-ending injuries. But it’s a new day in College Park. Brand new.
To say that this August has been better for Maryland football coach Randy Edsall than last August is like saying it rains a little more in the Amazon than in the Sahara.