The Washington Times - September 13, 2008, 08:16AM

OK, quickly before I leave D1course’s Glen Burnie headquarters and drive to College Park

* In my online-only (no dead-tree edition on Saturday) story, I decided to take a look at Maryland’s inconsistency. I don’t like writing about intangible things, because it is near-impossible to quantify them and just as difficult to secure concrete answers about them.

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And that leads to situations like Ralph Friedgen asking “Why do you ask questions when you already know the answer to them?”

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2008/sep/13/searching-for-consistency/

* Baltimore Sun columnist David Steele seems to agree with my thinking: The erratic Terps might be in perfect position to stun California today.

* The Sun’s Jeff Barker writes on the process of nonconference scheduling.

Patrick Stevens