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Latest Ralph Friedgen Items
If Rutgers had been off on the first weekend in October last season, the school might have lured former Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen out of retirement a lot earlier.
The Scarlet Knights' new offensive coordinator spent 10 seasons at Maryland, posting a 75-50 record. He was fired in 2010 despite leading the Terps to a 9-4 record.
Friedgen coached Maryland from 2001-10 and went 75-50, including 9-4 in his last season. He was 5-2 in bowl games and won AP national coach of the year honors in 2001. He has been out of coaching the past three seasons.
Rutgers is close to hiring former Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen as its offensive coordinator, a person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press.
Three seasons after being fired from Maryland, Ralph Friedgen is reportedly set to take another job and that would mean facing the Terrapins this upcoming season.
Maryland’s nine football assistant coaches earned at least 19.5 percent more than the previous year’s staff this fall according to contracts obtained through an open records request.
First-year Maryland head coach Randy Edsall was in the unusual position on Wednesday of announcing a recruiting class that was cultivated by his predecessor.
Randy Edsall's enthusiasm over the prospect of becoming Maryland's head football coach was a big reason why he got hired for the job.
Randy Edsall, who diligently worked to build the Connecticut football program into a winner, has been hired to pull off a similar feat at Maryland.