“It does seem like there’s a resemblance to that team,” linebacker Darin Drakeford said. “Just like in 2010, every team, they’re just saying ‘Well they’re nothing, they won just two games.’”
This group already has won four. And they don’t plan to be done with another six weeks to go.
Note: Offensive linemen Sal Conaboy and Bennett Fulper and tailback Justus Pickett left Saturday’s game with undisclosed injuries. While Edsall declined to specifically discuss their ailments Sunday, he said the Terps have no pending surgeries.
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