Linked in: Maryland daily briefing

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I’d love to be able to pass along the links for the day.

But, in yet another technical snafu, I can’t insert links into the blog today. Or edit HTML. Or copy-and-paste any text. I’m not sure if it’s the website or the new laptop, but it just started last night

This, needless to say, makes it a little bit difficult to actually accomplish much of anything. Hopefully, it will be fixed soon.

Anyway, this will be done the old-fashioned way today: Actually typing out the web address. And no, this isn’t going to last very long.

In our dead-tree edition, I took a look at the turnovers Maryland created over the last two games. The back-to-back three-turnover games from the Terrapins defense is only the third time they’ve achieved that since 2002.

www.washingtontimes.com/news/2008/oct/03/terps-turn-up-the-takeaways/

The Washington Post’s Eric Prisbell looks at Obi Egekeze ‘s emergence from his recent slump and how other kickers helped him out

www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/10/02/AR2008100203580.html

Jeff Barker of the Baltimore Sun writes about rivalries.

www.baltimoresun.com/sports/college/football/bal-sp.terpsfoot03oct03,0,2201024.story

That’s about as many links as I’m typing out this morning.

– Patrick Stevens (pstevens@washingtontimes.com)

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