The Washington Times - September 13, 2008, 08:16AM

OK, quickly before I leave D1course’s Glen Burnie headquarters and drive to College Park

* In my online-only (no dead-tree edition on Saturday) story, I decided to take a look at Maryland‘s inconsistency. I don’t like writing about intangible things, because it is near-impossible to quantify them and just as difficult to secure concrete answers about them.


And that leads to situations like Ralph Friedgen asking “Why do you ask questions when you already know the answer to them?”

* Baltimore Sun columnist David Steele seems to agree with my thinking: The erratic Terps might be in perfect position to stun California today.

* The Sun’s Jeff Barker writes on the process of nonconference scheduling.

—- Patrick Stevens