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Latest Ralph Friedgen Items
Two days after his ouster at Maryland's effective after next week's Military Bowl, Ralph Friedgen says he still is eager to coach somewhere next season.
Ralph Friedgen has been fired as Maryland's football coach, effective after the Military Bowl on Dec. 29.
Ralph Friedgen was fired as Maryland's football coach Monday, effective after the Military Bowl on Dec. 29.
A person familiar with the situation says Maryland football coach Ralph Friedgen has been told he won't be back next season, although at this point "nothing is set in stone."
Maryland athletic director Kevin Anderson refused to address the future of football coach Ralph Friedgen, leaving open the possibility that a change could occur as soon as next week.
Vanderbilt's commitment to excellence and academics and the chance to coach in the Southeastern Conference helped school officials lure James Franklin away from Maryland to become the Commodores' new coach.
Selling tickets to a bowl game is its own back yard is a concern for Maryland.
Maryland's Ralph Friedgen is the Atlantic Coast Conference's coach of the year for the second time.
Reserves have played a leading role in the Atlantic Coast Conference this year, whether keeping their team in the title chase or helping them become bowl eligible.