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Topic - Tyler Smith
Houston's Case Keenum had just thrown his fifth touchdown pass against Rice to set the Football Bowl Subdivision record for career TD tosses and coach Kevin Sumlin was screaming at the officials to give him the ball.
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."
Randy Edsall inherited five scholarship quarterbacks when he was named Maryland's football coach in January.
Bruce Pearl was a lot more comfortable addressing the media Wednesday talking about basketball than when he acknowledged lying to NCAA investigators a few weeks ago.
Otherwise. people in the nosebleed sections of Byrd Stadium might think the guy under center is, say, freshman Tyler Smith.
"I definitely think we don't need it. We're here to play basketball, and we really can't control the things that go on off the court," he said. "That was the same thing that happened last year: there was an off-the-court situation, but when it came time to step on the floor we came together as a team, and the coaching staff did a great job of holding us together as a team, and I just think it's our turn to return the favor."