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The first half looked different. The final result didn't.
Maryland's record slowly has come ever-closer to aligning with the forgettable 2-10 mark of two years ago.
Maryland defensive tackle A.J. Francis is one of the ACC's most charismatic, engaging and memorable football players.
When Clemson coach Dabo Swinney looks at Maryland, he doesn't see a sub-.500 team embroiled in a quarterback controversy and struggling to find an identity under a first-year coach.
Weary defensive players arrived at Maryland's team house Sunday to receive a first look at perhaps the trickiest test of the year.
Maryland's first loss of the season was a stumble.
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 only chance for Maryland's football players to make a first impression on Randy Edsall was perhaps the most notable ongoing development of the Terrapins' five weeks of spring practice.