The Washington Times - October 25, 2008, 03:12PM

Just got into Byrd Stadium. I’m here, and so are all of the Terrapins – so far as I can tell, anyway.

I’ll have more on the basketball scrimmage later on. The quick take: Dino Gregory looked like frontcourt’s best player, while Cliff Tucker looked smooth on the wing. Eric Hayes also had a good day.

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Back to football. Wake Forest, fresh off its thumping at Maryland, just lost 16-10 to Miami. Boston College, despite an early 10-0 lead, is getting pummeled at North Carolina.

Those two teams, along with Florida State, entered the day tied atop the Atlantic Division standings with Maryland.

A Terrapins victory today makes things very interesting heading into the bye week – and potentially even more intriguing if Florida State loses this afternoon.

That scenario would mean the outright leader in the Atlantic and a team even in the loss column in the Coastal would meet on the first Thursday in November down in Blacksburg.

That would be interesting indeed.

Patrick Stevens