Ohio State, part of the Big 10, lost their quarterback due to an injury, but does that mean the Buckeyes will go downhill. There is nothing to worry about Buckeyes fans because the replacement quarterback will be J.T. Barnett who apparently moves the offense pretty good. This year the Buckeyes have one of the top defenses this year and are better than most of there opponents this year. The only real team that could be a real opponent is Michigan State, although Ohio State does have the players to beat Michigan State. Even with the loss of there first string quarterback, Ohio State should still be nothing less than a top 10, but more of a top 5 team.
Terrapin Times editor Keith Cavanaugh joined the guys on Sports Rehab to talk Maryland football as they get ready for their August 30th season opener against James Madison as well as recruiting for both football and basketball.
One team to look out for that has “all of its boxes checked” according to Felder is Florida State because they do not have any holes or positions that are not filled or packed. Another team, at last a top four or five team, Oklahoma, is another team with no holes this year, especially with there defense. Teams like Oregon and Auburn, who have some of holes in there offense.
To start with the positive news, Maryland football hired three new coaches. One of them being Coach Stud, who was the offensive coordinator at LSU. He has done nothing but made these guys ready for the season. According to Coach Edsall, the offensive line has gotten better under Coach Stud.
Pat Kennedy joined Ed and Steve to talk about the changes coming in college athletics.
Maryland Terrapins Head Coach Randy Edsall joined Bob and Glenn on Sports Rehab to give his assessment of the upcoming 2014 football season which will be the schools first as apart of the Big Ten Conference.
Keith Cavanaugh, editor of the Terrapin Times, joined Glenn and Bob on Sports Rehab to breakdown the upcoming Maryland football season which will be the schools first in the Big Ten.
It’s a game changer for college athletes. The NCAA may pay a $70 million price tag to try and protect student athletes from brain injuries and help former athletes who may already be suffering. It’s all part of a proposed settlement in a class action lawsuit filed against the organization by players and former players.
Felder gives his opinion on this ray Rice issue. Felder says that he “thought it would be more, especially with the evidence that they have and Goodell’s hard stance on discipline.” Although eventually Baltimore will forgive Rice, he is doing everything else right including staying out of the media, going to counseling and making public statements with his wife. When thinking about a man, especially a football player hitting a woman and getting suspended only two games, Goodell seems to go a little harder when it is player versus player. Rules are getting more disciplined on hitting in football and if you break them, players are getting suspended more than just a couple of games. Something to think about.
Dave Miller joined Vinny and Rob to preview the upcoming college football season
The Maryland Terrapins make the move to the BIG 10 Conference this season & new rivalries will be forged.
Towson Tigers Head Coach Rob Ambrose joined Travis Thomas on Sports Rehab to discuss his squads magical run to the FCS Championship Game last season and preview the upcoming 2014 season.
The 2014 NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Championship weekend was held at M&T Bank Stadium on May 24- 26, 2014 in Baltimore, Maryland.
The West Virginia Mountaineers lost 37-0 to the Maryland Terrapins at M&T Bank Stadium on September 21, 2013 in Baltimore, Maryland
Navy beat Army for the 11th straight time and won the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy awarded to the team with the best record in games among the three service academies on December 8, 2012 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The NCAA announced sanctions against Penn State on July 23, 2012. As an outcome of the university’s mishandling of the allegations of child-sexual abuse by former coach Jerry Sandusky, Penn State was fined $60 million, was stripped of all its football wins from 1998 through 2011, barred from postseason games for four years, and lost 20 total scholarships annually for four seasons.
Federal Judge Louis Freech held a press confernce in the Westin Hotel in Philadephia to explain his final report on the actions of Penn State surronding the child abuse committed by Jerry Sandusky.