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Randy Edsall won just two games in his first year in College Park. He won four games in his second season at Maryland — with his fifth-string...

Randy Edsall dancing the Dougie? Randy Edsall dancing the Dougie.

Video surfaced on Sunday showing Maryland head coach Randy Edsall attempting to do the Dougie at Terp Thon, a Maryland student dance marathon benefiting Washington DC's Children's National Health System. Moves like this are probably not going to help Big Ten fans still wary of the Terps joining the conference.  (via Football Scoop, Testudo Times)

Things You Can't Unsee: Maryland Coach Randy Edsall Doing the Dougie

((ht: boy.You know you want to see it.The power and force of the Internet compels you.We all know coaches shouldn't dance.Okay, some aren't horrible at it. And heck, really Maryland head football coach Randy Edsall isn't embarrassingly bad. According to our friends at, Edsall broke out the dance during a fundraising event.His timing...

Edsall Discusses Fifth Spring Practice

COLLEGE PARK, Md.--Maryland head coach Randy Edsall gives latest from the Terps' fifth spring practice.

VIDEO: Edsall Talks Day Four

COLLEGE PARK, Md.--Maryland head coach Randy Edsall talks after the fourth spring practice.

Video: Maryland Knocks Off No. 5 UVA In Final ACC Home Game, Fans Rush Court

Maryland fans were ready to storm the court at the end of regulation against No. 5 Virginia. Due to one of the crazier finishes we’ve seen in a college basketball game this season, they had to wait an extra five minutes to celebrate. The Terps, in the end, were able to knock off the ACC regular season champs, ending their 61-year tenure in the conference with a big-time home victory...

Maryland gets off the schnide, beats #5 UVA

It finally happened.  The Terps closed out a close game.  Sure, they nearly blew it in the final sequence of regulation, but they were able to regain their composure and win the game.  That hasn't happened all season. Credit the whole team for playing their roles.  Shaq Cleare had a crucial rebound tip.  Allen and Wells penetrated at will down the stretch.  Layman...

Early Madness: Maryland Shocks No.5 Virginia

In the final regular season Atlantic Coast Conference game on the College Park campus, Maryland upset No.5 Virginia 75-69 in overtime at the Comcast Center Sunday afternoon. Virginia (25-6, 16-2 ACC) saw not only a 13 game winning streak end, but along with it any hopes of a top seed in the NCAA tournament later this month. Maryland (17-14, 9-9 ACC) needs to win the ACC tournament...

16(0) Sweet Words of March Madness: 2002 NCAA Final – Maryland 64, Indiana 52

(Ed’s Note: With the NCAA Tournament officially kicking off on March 18th/20th, we here at TSFJ will be giving the people 16(0) sweet words on 16 (bitter)sweet moments of March Madness past. Next up is Jason Clinkscales, as relives the greatness of the Maryland Terrapins from 12 years ago. Oh, and if we go over […]The post 16(0) Sweet Words of March Madness: 2002 NCAA Final –...

Farrand Healty, Ready to Ball Out in Big Ten

COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Cole Farrand is looking to ball out and lead the defense in his final season at Maryland.

Monroe Terps Mini Sack Master

COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Defensive tackle Andre Monroe has developed into one of Maryland's most reliable defenders.

Veii Adds Unique Talents to Backfield

COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Jacquille Veii brings unique talents to Maryland's backfield.
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