- The Washington Times - Saturday, September 9, 2006

1. Turn down turnovers — Nothing was more unsettling about the Terps’ opener than their four turnovers. It didn’t cost Maryland a victory against William & Mary, but it could be a continuation of a trend that cost the Terps games last season.

2. Continue the fast start — The Terps plodded through the second half of the opener, seemingly more interested in getting off the field than continuing to contain William & Mary. A complete game would bode well for a team that has yet to prove much.

3. No injuries — With a trip to No. 6 West Virginia in five days, the last thing Maryland needs is anyone getting hurt tonight. Don’t be surprised if backups receive plenty of time if the Terps can finish off Middle Tennessee quickly.

Patrick Stevens

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