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Latest Ralph Friedgen Items
Coming off a 2-10 season and with only two years left on his contract, Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen feels pressure to win in 2010.
At its most basic, the purpose of spring football is for players to improve.
SAN FRANCISCO — An undercurrent of change permeated Maryland's trip to the West Coast, an unsuccessful venture in the wake of the Terrapins' 21-14 loss to Oregon State in Friday night's Emerald Bowl.
Maryland's Isaiah Williams was nursing a bowl of cereal last week when wide receivers coach Bryan Bossard approached him.
The seemingly anticlimactic Maryland quarterback competition will head into a third week.
Maryland linebacker Alex Wujciak will miss the season after partially tearing an ACL, coaching Ralph Friedgen told reporters after yesterday afternoon's practice.
Ralph Friedgen is facing an all-too-common problem: conjuring depth on the offensive line.
Jordan Steffy sat in the middle of the Maryland football locker room for an hour, grinning as he faced questions, cameras and some playful teasing from defensive tackle and resident humorist Dre Moore.
PINEHURST, N.C. — The greatest uncertainty about the Maryland football program is the gaping hole at quarterback.