C.J. Brown threw for 280 yards and two touchdowns, cornerback William Lively returned an interception 88 yards for another score, and Maryland beat mistake-prone Syracuse 34-20 on Saturday.
The game plan was fine. The execution was not. That’s how Maryland coach Randy Edsall explained the horrid performance of his defense against West Virginia last Saturday in a 40-37 defeat.
C.J. Brown got hit so hard, the helmet flew off his head. It was one of many punishing blows the Maryland quarterback absorbed in a physical duel against West Virginia.
With Maryland being one of the few constants on West Virginia’s schedule, the Mountaineers have no intention of allowing this to become a lopsided rivalry.
Just days after committing six turnovers in a 24-17 win over South Florida, the Maryland football team has an obvious point of emphasis.
The Terps have a new uniform, courtesy of Under Armour!
Maryland’s sloppy victory over South Florida left coach Randy Edsall scouring his memory to recall another game quite like it. He couldn’t.
C.J. Brown ran for three touchdowns and threw for another as Maryland cruised past James Madison 52-7 in both teams’ season opener on Saturday.
A real, full ride to college. The University of Maryland will guarantee scholarships to student athletes until they graduate, regardless of injury or performance.
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.
The Maryland Terrapins feel the timing couldn’t be better for them to enter the Big Ten.