Bad luck adds up in Terps’ dismal season

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“There’s days that they motivate me,” Friedgen said. “I’m trying to run the gamut to try to motivate them, to see each and every week. I’m waiting for it to collapse. I really am. How much longer can you do this?”

At this stage, the Terps need to do it for only two more weeks before the offseason arrives and inexperience, injuries and, yes, even luck are all washed away.

“We work hard every day,” Robinson said. “At some point, it’ll work out for us.”

Notes - Friedgen said quarterback Chris Turner (sprained left knee ligament) could return for the final game. …

Tailback Da’Rel Scott “right now is a go” in his return from a broken left radius. Scott has missed the last five games. …

Friedgen said punter Travis Baltz (broken finger) will undergo season-ending surgery Thursday. …

The Terps’ visit to Florida State (5-5, 3-4) on Saturday will start at noon, and Raycom will televise the game. The time for Maryland’s Nov. 28 finale against Boston College will be announced Monday.

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