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Tweet When Randy Edsall left the Connecticut Huskies two years ago to be the head football coach at the University of Maryland he called it his dream job. Through two seasons Edsall has a 6-18 record with the Terps, including a 4-8 2012 season that saw the team suffer a multitude of injuries most [...]
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After a decent Signing Day where Maryland signed four 4-star recruits and 1-five star recruit, Maryland head coach Randy Edsall decided that he would share an unusual tale about his recruitment of four-star defensive back Will Likely.
Likely is from the Florida hotbed for recruiting, Bell Glade, Florida. Edsall and members of his staff took a trip to Bell Glade to visit Likely back...
I imagine any coach that's spent some time on the recruiting trail has some very interesting stories to tell, but I'm not sure that many will top the one Randy Edsall shared on Wednesday during Maryland's National Signing Day news conference. Coach Edsall recounted a December trip to South Florida to visit wide receiver Will Likely in Belle Glade, FL, located near the...
The head coach of the Maryland Terrapins recently encountered quite a scare while on a recruiting visit in south Florida.Maryland's Randy Edsall and assistant coach Brian Stewart were heading to see defensive back prospect Will Likely of Belle Glade, Fla. for an in-home visit when the two were chased out of the neighborhood by multiple pickup trucks.Here's an excerpt of their...
Maryland's recruiting class received a much-needed boost when two highly rated local prospects signed to play with the Terrapins.
Linebacker Yannick Ngakoue, the Gatorade Player of the Year for the District of Columbia, was undecided going and chose Maryland over Florida State. Wide receiver Taivon Jacobs, who had been committed to Big Ten powerhouse Ohio State since June, pulled...
The Terrapins look for their first road win in Blacksburg Thursday