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Previewing the DC-area games for Saturday, Sept. 24.
Maryland tailback D.J. Adams' first touchdown of the season came late in the third quarter of Saturday's 37-31 loss to West Virginia and a dozen days later than he'd probably hoped.
So often in Maryland's recent meetings with West Virginia, the Mountaineers' surplus of athleticism created a rather predictable formula: build a comfortable lead thanks to big plays against an overmatched defense.
The first Maryland player to trudge into postgame interviews Saturday, just as is often the case, was quarterback Danny O'Brien.
The coaches change. The players change. West Virginia still keeps beating Maryland. And turnovers continue to foil the Terrapins in the border series.
Not much attention was paid to Maryland as it entered its Labor Day showdown against Miami for anything more than an unmistakable fashion sense that earned the Terrapins far more social media hype than preseason plaudits.
Demetrius Hartsfield knew what he was getting into, even while he was being recruited.
There was plenty for Gary Crowton to accomplish in his first offseason at Maryland.
Apparently Randy Edsall, who remains unbeaten heading into his first season as Maryland's football coach, believes there is strength only in numbers. He says the Terrapins' new uniforms will not have the players' names on the back because "to me it's all about the name on the front ... Maryland. It's a team sport we're playing."