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After the football games have ended and the leftovers have been stored comes Black Friday, which is supposed to be followed by another uber-shopping spree, Cyber Monday.
Well, now what? Maryland's football season arrived at its long-since-ordained final stop Saturday, a 56-41 loss at N.C. State that featured a wasted 27-point lead in the last 21 minutes and served as the final piece in an ugly 2-10 year.
The last realistic accomplishment the Maryland football team could hope to achieve this season was ruining someone else's postseason aspirations.
Maryland's record slowly has come ever-closer to aligning with the forgettable 2-10 mark of two years ago.
Continuing to get better. Whether in the wake of an opening-week victory or the onslaught of losses against major-college opposition that's followed, it remains a consistent mantra from Maryland coach Randy Edsall.
On Friday nights, Cavaliers football players hold a brief practice in the stadium they'll play in the next day.
Quintin McCree's five years at Maryland featured just a little bit of everything. So did Trenton Hughes'. So, really, did anyone else part of the Terrapins' erratic run in recent seasons.
Just when you thought sporting matters couldn't get worse.
Maryland football coach Randy Edsall mentioned "the process" the Terrapins were going through after Saturday's 38-7 loss to Temple, indicating "it wasn't going to get changed overnight."