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  • Terps trying to avoid repeat of 2009

    Terps trying to avoid repeat of 2009
    The more losses pile up for this year's Maryland football team, the closer the Terps get to reliving their not-so-distant past. It was only two years ago that Maryland finished 2-10 and rumors swirled around then-longtime coach Ralph Friedgen about his...
  • Coaches' creed: Chase the cash

    Every year we must explain to students the "Five W's" of college football turnover. Who? What? Went where? Why? Things don't stay the same very long. Players cycle out every four or five years, and for coaches, the grass is usually greener anywhere...
  • Beamer's hiring 25 years ago inspired, historic for Hokies, Baughman

    <big>Beamer's hiring 25 years ago inspired, historic for Hokies, Baughman</big>
    The bedsheet banner, hanging outside a Jamerson Center window, begged him to stay. "Dutch Don't Go We Need U" But Dale T. "Dutch" Baughman is a cowboy by birth and a rebel at heart. After six contentious months as Virginia Tech's athletic director, he...
  • For Maryland football, everything feels new in 2011

    For Maryland football, everything feels new in 2011
    Maryland quarterback Danny O'Brien stood on the sidelines at M&T Bank Stadium on a warm summer day, casually watching a seven-on-seven touch football tournament while flipping a ball up and down with his large right hand. So much had happened since the...
  • Edsall begins his Maryland coaching era with a victory

    Edsall begins his Maryland coaching era with a victory
    Randy Edsall had been in this position before, coaching his first game with a new team. But Monday night's 2011 season opener at Maryland seemed different than it had been for him 12 years ago at Connecticut, or even when he joined Tom Coughlin to help...
  • Maryland, West Virginia show coach-in-waiting agreements can go awry

    Maryland, West Virginia show coach-in-waiting agreements can go awry
    A year ago, James Franklin was heir to the throne. Maryland's animated offensive coordinator had a contract entitling him to $1 million if not elevated by the university to head coach by Jan. 2, 2012. But the landscape shifted beneath Franklin's feet....
  • West Virginia winning border war with Maryland for Baltimore recruits

    West Virginia winning border war with Maryland for Baltimore recruits
    One of the first mandates Daron Roberts received when he joined the football coaching staff at West Virginia last spring came from longtime defensive coordinator Jeff Casteel. Roberts, who had grown up in Texas and had spent the first four years of his...
  • Here's what ACC teams are trying to accomplish during spring practice

    BOSTON COLLEGE Practice opened: March 15. Spring game: April 16. Key losses: OT Anthony Castonzo, DE Alex Albright, LB Mark Herzlich, DT Damik Scafe, CB DeLeon Gause, OG Thomas Claiborne, OT Rich Lapham, WR Ifeanyi Momah, DE Brad Newman, RB James...
  • Offensive line could be unit of strength for Maryland

    Offensive line could be unit of strength for Maryland
    Adjusting to the new systems of first-year coach Randy Edsall hasn't been much of a problem for Maryland's offensive line. Center Bennett Fulper said Thursday that the linemen are faring just fine and looking forward to Saturday's annual Red-White Spring...
  • O'Brien shines in Terps' spring football game

    O'Brien shines in Terps' spring football game
    — Fans who attended Maryland's spring football game Saturday at Byrd Stadium saw a new head coach and coordinators, new looks on offense and defense, and nine players in different positions than a year ago. There was even a wide receiver —...
  • Ravens' Torrey Smith: Baltimore 'was the place I wanted to be'

    Ravens' Torrey Smith: Baltimore 'was the place I wanted to be'
    When Maryland wide receiver Torrey Smith lasted through the first round of last month’s NFL draft without hearing his named called, he didn’t freak out. For Smith, considered to be a fringe first-round prospect by many draft analysts, it didn&...