Terps Fight Through Mistakes To Beat Canes 32-24

They gutted out a huge opening season victory in the face of a driving rainstorm in front of a sellout crowd on national television.  Take that sentence in.  Savor it. Sure, the Terps performance against Miami left much to be desired; but a win is a win.  Much will be made of the following: 1.  Miami was missing 8 of its best players due to su [...] Read More »

Author: Jeremy | 9/5/2011 8:15:36 PM | Tags: football, miami |

Terps Escape Duke 21-16; Suckiness Confirmed

"We're not the number of fingers I'm holding up!"      Image by Getty Images via @daylifeSo, who had the under tonight?  Thought so.  Jeez, am I glad I don't bet on sports anymore.  How the Terps offense only mustered 14 points against that defense (7 points came on a Punt Return) is a mystery.  Elon College scored more points against Duke than the [...] Read More »

Author: Jeremy | 10/2/2010 8:13:08 PM | Tags: duke, game recaps, football |

Duke v Maryland Preview and Game Thread

Duke Football. Catch the excitement.                  Image by dwehrs via FlickrDuke supposedly has an offense.  41 points in the opener vs.Elon and 48 points at Wake.  Sounds impressive until one looks at the last two games.  13 points scored at Alabama and 21 points scored in a loss to Army.  Granted, Alabama is the best team in the country; but [...] Read More »

Author: Jeremy | 10/1/2010 9:00:26 PM | Tags: maryland, acc, duke sucks, football |

FIU Preview and Game Thread

2-2 or 3-1?  That is the question. Mr. Smith Goes to Byrd Stadium       Image via Wikipedia The answer will determine if the rest of the Terps football season is even worth following.  Am I being dramatic?  Yes.  Is a 2-2 record that includes a home loss to Florida International University an unadulterated disaster?  Yes.  Can it happen? [...] Read More »

Author: Jeremy | 9/24/2010 12:00:00 AM | Tags: florida international university, torrey smith, maryland terrapins, college football, game threads |

The Cavalcade of Injuries Continue

Left tackle Justin Gilbert will miss the remainder of the season, according to numerous sources, another in a long, long list of injuries for the Terps through the season's first three weeks. There were a number of lineup change options that the coaches had to choose from, but they decided to go with the one that was horribly unsuccessful on Saturd [...] Read More »

Author: Ethan | 9/21/2010 12:00:54 PM | Tags: football, injuries, frustration |

West Virginia Recap - They Were Who We Thought They Were

James Franklin and Ralph Friedgen are geniuses.  Here was the game plan they devised late Friday night:OK, we'll let the Mountaineers get out to a 28-point lead by looking listless on defense and totally inept on offense.  Then, just when West Virginia lets its guard down; we'll remember that we have one of the best receivers in the ACC on our team [...] Read More »

Author: Jeremy | 9/19/2010 9:01:59 PM | Tags: west virginia, james franklin, ralph friedgen, football, scott mcbrien, torrey smith |

Maryland - West Virginia Preview and Game Thread

Tomorrow, Morgantown, West Virginia will be site where the future of the 2010 season will be determined for the Terrapins.  It is the ultimate swing game.  A win, and the Terps are heading towards 5-0 (home vs. FIU and Duke are wins).  A loss, and it is back to the slog. In some ways, this season has already defied expectations.  Already, Maryland [...] Read More »

Author: Jeremy | 9/17/2010 12:00:00 AM | Tags: west virginia, football terrapins |

Crab Bowl Game Thread

The football season starts today.  In order for the Terps to turn the negative tide that started last season; a win is essential.  Navy is powered by the wishbone running attack and the Terps front seven will be tested. The game is nationally televised on ESPN and it may be our last, so enjoy it.  If you'd like to read up on some nationally synd [...] Read More »

Author: Jeremy | 9/6/2010 7:38:57 AM | Tags: navy, football |

2010 Terps Football Preview

We're Number #1!!        Image by Getty Images via @daylif In two days time, the Maryland Terrapins will have the opportunity to erase the disaster that was the 2009 season.  At 2-10, the Terps reached a new low.  The head coach, Ralph Friedgen, had his legacy questioned.  The coach-in-waiting, James Franklin, looked less like an offensive genius [...] Read More »

Author: Jeremy | 9/4/2010 7:42:11 AM | Tags: football, terrapins, season preview |

The Outlook for Football Season: Part Two

After the relentless optimism of Part One, the indefinitely long series returns with an analysis of the incoming recruits. I'll only break down the recruits that have chances of playing this year. Guys like Tyrek Cheeseboro, Matt Robinson or Ian Evans aren't going to see any love because their shirts are so red they're being attacked by bulls. Luck [...] Read More »

Author: Ethan | 6/29/2010 11:33:25 AM | Tags: football, recruiting, titus till, david mackall, freshmen |
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