The Washington Times - September 19, 2008, 11:27AM

So the Chick-Fil-A thing didn’t work last night. Oh well.

Fortunately, the on-campus wireless network at Maryland is a bit more accommodating to the company laptop I’m toting around for the next few days. Fortunate not just for this post, but because I’ll be able to easily file after tomorrow’s game.


It also lets me pass along the link to my story today on Maryland kicker Obi Egekeze. The senior has missed six straight field goals dating back to last season, and his struggles are definitely the white elephant in the room three weeks into the season.

The Washington Post’s Eric Prisbell writes that coach Ralph Friedgen wants the Terps to take more control of their own consistency.

Elsewhere, the Ann Arbor News reports Eastern Michigan quarterback Kyle McMahon’s decision-making is improving.

—- Patrick Stevens