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Topic - Alex Twine
There is no second-guessing for Kenneth Tate, no reason to dwell on the great "what if?" of the safety-turned-linebacker's career at Maryland.
On his second snap of his second senior season, Maryland linebacker Kenneth Tate brought down West Virginia's Tavon Austin for no gain.
Those inside Maryland's locker room know Demetrius Hartsfield takes vastly different approaches to the situations he encounters.
As he's worked his way back from a knee injury last year, Maryland linebacker Kenny Tate is already reminding teammates of the guy who was one of the ACC's top defensive players in 2010.
Police say a Maryland linebacker has been charged with disorderly conduct after an officer spotted him ranting and punching cars.
Almost two months ago, Maryland coach Randy Edsall faced the first true low tide of his tenure when Temple demolished the Terrapins 38-7 at Byrd Stadium.
The first half looked different. The final result didn't.
Alex Twine didn't play as a sophomore at Gaithersburg's Quince Orchard High School for academic reasons. He languished through part of his junior year as a reserve who saw most of his time on special teams.
"Last year, you could see it when he got hurt," Twine said.
"If he's feeling like the defense is getting controlled, he's going to step up and make a big hit," linebacker Alex Twine said. "When he steps up and makes that big hit, there's no talking to Demetrius. There's nothing. He's just going to go and do what he has to do, and he's going to make the defense better because he gets so aggressive, he gets physical. It's not laid-back Hartsfield anymore."