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  • Maryland football 'going to miss' Ryan Steinberg's work behind the scenes

    Maryland football 'going to miss' Ryan Steinberg's work behind the scenes
    Ryan Steinberg was a key figure behind the scenes, a North Potomac native and University of Maryland graduate who grew from a student manager with the Terps into Maryland's assistant director of football operations and recruiting.
  • Friedgen steps down as Rutgers offensive coordinator

    Friedgen steps down as Rutgers offensive coordinator
    NEW YORK (AP) — Ralph Friedgen is stepping down as offensive coordinator at Rutgers after one season with the school and wide receivers coach Ben McDaniels is being promoted to become the fourth coach to run the Scarlet Knight's offense in four...

    Ralph Friedgen out as Rutgers offensive coordinator

    Ralph Friedgen out as Rutgers offensive coordinator
    UPDATE: Rutgers has announced that Ralph Friedgen will move to the role of special assistant to head coach Kyle Flood. Ben McDaniels has been promoted to become the Scarlet Knights' new offensive coordinator.   Former Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen...

    Former Terps star lineman Joe Vellano now happy to be back playing with Patriots

    Former Terps star lineman Joe Vellano now happy to be back playing with Patriots
    A season ago, Joe Vellano earned New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick's lasting respect. As an undrafted rookie, Vellano capably replaced injured veteran defensive tackle Vince Wilfork in the starting lineup. It was an eye-opening success story for...

    Friday's college football bowl games

    Zaxby's Heart of Dallas Bowl ILLINOIS (6-6) VS. LOUISIANA TECH (8-5) Time: 10 a.m. PST. Location: Dallas. TV: ESPN. The buzz: Despite losing starting quarterback Wes Lunt to a broken leg in October, Illinois won its final two games to clinch bowl...