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.
The Maryland Terrapins feel the timing couldn’t be better for them to enter the Big Ten.
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.
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
An historic transition. The University of Maryland is just hours away from leaving the ACC and joining the Big Ten Conference.
Keith Cavanaugh joined Tony Kovach to discuss the flurry of commitments the Maryland football program has recieved in the last couple of weeks
As Maryland weighed the possibility of shifting from the Atlantic Coast Conference to the Big Ten, athletic director Kevin Anderson asked Terrapins football coach Randy Edsall his opinion of the bold, ambitious move.
Maryland and Rutgers will bring along a lot of familiar faces when they enter the Big Ten this fall. The hard part will be getting to know their new opponents.
The University of Maryland has filed a $157 million counterclaim against the Atlantic Coast Conference, alleging the league tried to recruit two Big Ten schools after Maryland announced its intention to leave for the Big Ten.
The Maryland Terrapins’ final season in the Atlantic Coast Conference promises to be a difficult one. Before they move to the Big Ten next year, Maryland must play at longtime rivals North Carolina and Duke without a return visit.