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.
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.
Maryland football has struggled to recruit against the Big Ten Conference for years, but head coach Randy Edsall insists he knows the secret to changing the school’s perception with hometown recruits, and it’s hidden deep in the Terrapins’ backyard.
Maryland’s incredible wave of injuries began in two-a-days when C.J. Brown, Maryland’s unquestioned No. 1 quarterback in the wake of Danny O’Brien’s transfer to Wisconsin, tore an ACL. That made true freshman Perry Hills the starter.
University of Maryland President Wallace Loh announced on Monday afternoon that the Terrapins would be leaving the Atlantic Coast Conference for the Big Ten Conference. Maryland, a charter member of the ACC, will be leaving […]
As Maryland fans struggle to ascertain that they’ll be rooting for their Terps in a new conference come 2014, Mark Turgeon and Randy Edsall are elated and believe an invite to the Big Ten is an invite to better everything.