Found June 22, 2012 on Throw The Flag:
PLAYERS: Randy Edsall
TEAMS:
The Testudo Times was able to obtain these photos of Maryland’s field turf which, for some reason, is being grayed out in a swatch like pattern. Randy Edsall, the Maryland head coach, seems like the type of guy who would like this. He lets his team captains pick out their uniform colors before games which have been know to be more than a little crazy. The new turf does happen to look like a parking lot which I find to be hilarious. Maryland football definitely makes things fun to watch with their design antics. HT Testudo Times
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