Name a way to inject some life into its rushing attack, and Maryland probably tried it in the last month.
Maryland found out plenty about quarterback Perry Hills in the first month of the season, including a consistent ability to pick himself up after a sack and move along.
Stop if you've heard this one before. Brad Craddock's dreams of playing college football began as a result of a high school research paper.
Maryland kicker Nick Ferrara's offseason hip surgery pushed away some of the pain of a disappointing junior season.
Steve Johns was there when the shield punt was reborn at the major college level.
With the presence of a new starting quarterback, Maryland's spread scheme looked as good as has since its season opener.
Maryland coach Randy Edsall's weekly news conference was delayed Tuesday as various pieces of technology could not sync up properly after he was prepared to begin talking about the Terrapins' date Saturday against No. 18 West Virginia.
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.
Maryland was far from perfect Monday night. The same could not be said of its result. The Terrapins, debuting a new coaching staff and an up-tempo offense (and, yes, difficult-to-miss new uniforms) before a packed Byrd Stadium, outlasted Miami 32-24 to collect a solid victory in coach Randy Edsall's debut.