Think of it like stepping up to a Maserati after 60 years of driving a Cadillac. That Caddy had treated you well. It was comfortable. You knew where every dial and gauge was — in fact, you helped design it. Now, after driving that Maserati for a year, you now keep asking yourself, “What the heck was I worried about?”
The University of Maryland will begin its second year of Big Ten competition this month, and by nearly every measure, the move from the Atlantic Coast Conference, which the Terps helped start in 1953, has been a rousing success.