Found October 01, 2011 on TheMatadorSports:
Former head coach Ralph Friedgen was terminated last year despite being named ACC Coach of the Year and producing gunslinger Danny O’Brien, the ACC Rookie of a year. The former Terrapin is finally speaking out on the topic of Maryland and needless to say, it’s not pleasant. Friedgen appeared on Baltimore’s WNST with host Glenn Clark early this week. During an exchange of questions, Clark asked Friedgen about watching Maryland football. Friedgen’s response, “I could care less about Maryland. I’ve burned my diploma. I’m flying a Georgia Tech flag right now.” Friedgen is referring to his loyalty to Georgia Tech as he was an offensive coordinator for the Yellow Jackets in the late 80′s and late 90′s. Friedgen continued by questioning Maryland pride as the school failed to show him any after all the sacrifices he made. During his coaching days he made Maryland football relevant. In 10 years as head coach, Maryland went bowling seven times and came away with five victories with an overall...
1 Comment:
  • Turtle High is supposed to be a safety school, Friedgen should know better than to play with matches! Never bring up diploma and that place, untill I went there for grad school I never knew there was any other way to get a fake degree except by way of mail order institutions! Their national basketball title hero's Design class final was a childs level cut-out of a basketball court on construction paper, it was not even on a 6 year old special ed student level... he got an A for the course and was able to play, you know who you are so fess up!
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