In the college football world, recruits formalize their choice of schools known on National Signing Day, which was Wednesday. Even though players can commit before they have to sign on the dotted line, there are always a few surprises as teams make a last push to convince players in the closing days. The Terps were among those who got left.
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Monday night’s College Football National Championship Game is a decidedly southern affair, with South Carolina’s Clemson Tigers and the Alabama Crimson Tide taking the field for the final game of the season. But for Baltimore, there’s one recognizable name.
by Justin Silberman/Pressbox — For years, one of Jim Margraff’s closest friends asked him a simple question before the start of every season: “Who’s going to score your touchdowns?”
In October, the University of Maryland fired head football coach Randy Edsall after a series of lackluster performances. Immediately, the Terps universe was full of speculation about who would get the next crack at the top job. Now, they’ve finally made their decision.
As the University of Maryland begins the search for a new football coach, there’s fresh evidence that the Terps are looking to follow the model that Oregon and Nike established out west.
After scoring only six points in two weeks, it’s no secret that the Terps have been struggling on the gridiron this season. But instead of retreating into their shell, reports indicate that University of Maryland officials could be looking to bring in new leadership this season.
Towson University head football coach Rob Ambrose and his staff hope to do more than coach their players to wins in 2015. While that may be the ultimate goal of all college football programs, Ambrose sees a greater need among the players who walk in and out of the Towson locker room.
Those rumors about the University of Maryland’s plans to turn Cole Field House into a football practice facility are true, and, of course, Kevin Plank is in the mix.