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Apparently Randy Edsall, who remains unbeaten heading into his first season as Maryland's football coach, believes there is strength only in numbers. He says the Terrapins' new uniforms will not have the players' names on the back because "to me it's all about the name on the front ... Maryland. It's a team sport we're playing."
Maryland brought a new coach to the ACC Kickoff for the first time in a decade. It is installing new schemes, faces scholarship and practice-time reductions and watched a dozen players with eligibility remaining leave the program since the beginning of the year.
Maryland dismissed incumbent starting right guard Justin Lewis from its football program Monday.
Randy Edsall inherited five scholarship quarterbacks when he was named Maryland's football coach in January.
Kevin Anderson, Maryland's rookie athletic director, does things differently, you have to admit. In January, he hired a football coach from a basketball school (Randy Edsall, formerly of Connecticut), and Monday he hired a basketball coach from a football school (Mark Turgeon, late of Texas A&M).
On the dais Friday at Comcast Center sat a campus president hired in August, an athletic director chosen the next month and a basketball coach departing nearly 22 years after returning to Maryland.
Maryland's five weeks of spring practice are complete, and realistically little is known about how the Terrapins will look in the fall under new coach Randy Edsall.
Maryland received a peek at Max Garcia's talents under emergency conditions late in the 2010 season.
Maryland defensive lineman Justin Anderson began the spring with a move from end to tackle.