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By Baltimore Sun reporter | January 18, 2011
Former Arundel quarterback Billy Cosh, the all-time leading passer in Maryland high school history, has left Kansas State. Cosh, who enrolled at KSU last January and redshirted his freshman season, plans to enroll at James Madison. "I'm pleased that Billy will have the opportunity to get on the field quickly in a program that features the passing game," Kansas State coach Bill Snyder said in a news release. "Billy is obviously a dear friend and a great young man. He loved Manhattan and our program and players but simply felt by transferring he could gain more immediate playing time.
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By Seth Boster and The Baltimore Sun | August 24, 2013
It's more of a faraway vision to Billy Cosh now: at the end of a country road, Arundel's football field, the quarterback's canvas under the hazy white glow of a Friday night. That was where the state of Maryland's all-time leading passer painted his legacy and where possibilities seemed as limitless as the magic from his right arm. "I miss it, you know?" said the 21-year-old Cosh, a 2009 Arundel graduate now on scholarship at the University of Houston with two years of eligibility remaining.
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By Seth Boster and The Baltimore Sun | August 24, 2013
It's more of a faraway vision to Billy Cosh now: at the end of a country road, Arundel's football field, the quarterback's canvas under the hazy white glow of a Friday night. That was where the state of Maryland's all-time leading passer painted his legacy and where possibilities seemed as limitless as the magic from his right arm. "I miss it, you know?" said the 21-year-old Cosh, a 2009 Arundel graduate now on scholarship at the University of Houston with two years of eligibility remaining.
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By Baltimore Sun reporter | January 18, 2011
Former Arundel quarterback Billy Cosh, the all-time leading passer in Maryland high school history, has left Kansas State. Cosh, who enrolled at KSU last January and redshirted his freshman season, plans to enroll at James Madison. "I'm pleased that Billy will have the opportunity to get on the field quickly in a program that features the passing game," Kansas State coach Bill Snyder said in a news release. "Billy is obviously a dear friend and a great young man. He loved Manhattan and our program and players but simply felt by transferring he could gain more immediate playing time.
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By Heather A. Dinich and Heather A. Dinich,Sun Reporter | November 3, 2007
College Park -- After the 2005 season, Kansas State linebackers coach Chris Cosh was one of three candidates to replace Gary Blackney as Maryland's defensive coordinator. Strong recommendations from Lou Holtz, Nick Saban and Bill Snyder impressed coach Ralph Friedgen enough to hire Cosh, but after mediocre statistics on defense and continued problems with fundamentals such as tackling, questions have surfaced outside the program about how much longer he will keep the position. Cosh hasn't been defensive coordinator at a major program for more than two straight seasons.
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By HEATHER A. DINICH | August 27, 2007
Will Jordan Steffy keep the starting quarterback job? Coach Ralph Friedgen has praised Steffy after nearly every practice this summer, but Steffy has thrown an interception in all but one scrimmage, and fans have been eagerly awaiting Florida transfer Josh Portis. Will the lack of depth on the offensive line be a factor? Friedgen isn't concerned with his first-string players, but after them he is dealing with two walk-ons and players with limited game experience. Staying healthy is critical here.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 10, 1996
Navy football coach Charlie Weatherbie, who last week rejected an offer from Boston College, plans to talk this week with Baylor University, which is searching for a replacement for retired Chuck Reedy.Navy athletic director Jack Lengyel, currently working on a contract extension for Weatherbie, granted Baylor AD Tom Stanton permission to talk to him.The Midshipmen finished the regular season 8-3 and will meet California in the Aloha Bowl on Christmas Day.In more coaching news, Chris Cosh, the former defensive coordinator at Illinois, became the first assistant hired by new Maryland coach Ron Vanderlinden, the school announced yesterday.
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By MILTON KENT | November 25, 2007
WHAT WENT RIGHT The Terps took advantage of field position, a reasonably healthy offensive line, which opened gaping holes for Lance Ball, Da'Rei Scott and Chris Turner, as well as impressive blitz packages designed by defensive coordinator Chris Cosh that flustered North Carolina State all afternoon. WHAT WENT WRONG Senior right guard Andrew Crummey, playing in his first game in six weeks because of a broken leg, hurt it again early in the fourth quarter but said afterward that the injury isn't serious.
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By Heather A. Dinich and Heather A. Dinich,Sun Reporter | October 22, 2006
COLLEGE PARK -- As first-year defensive coordinator Chris Cosh walked off the field at Byrd Stadium yesterday, he adjusted his hat - something he has thrown in frustration numerous times since practice began in the spring. The Terps' defense has been a cause for concern within the program, but in Maryland's homecoming game against North Carolina State, it was a major reason the team is now one win away from becoming bowl-eligible. Florida State @Maryland Saturday, 7 p.m., ESPN2, 1300 AM, 105.7 FM Play it again A summary of Maryland's 26-20 victory over North Carolina State: What went right / / Maryland's defense forced three turnovers that accounted for 17 points.
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January 8, 1992
BASEBALL American League * Minnesota Twins -- Agreed to terms with Shane Mack (outfielder) and Mike Pagliarulo (third baseman) on one-year contracts.* New York Yankees -- Agreed to terms with Mike Gallego (infielder) on a three-year contract.National League * Chicago Cubs -- Agreed to terms with Jeff D. Robinson (pitcher) on a minor-league contract.* Pittsburgh Pirates -- Named Don Werner manager; Tom Dettore pitching coach; Rich Chiles hitting instructor; and Sandy Krum trainer of Carolina of the Southern League.
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By Jeff Barker and Jeff Barker,jeff.barker@baltsun.com | January 10, 2009
COLLEGE PARK - Maryland yesterday hired University of Massachusetts head coach Don Brown as its defensive coordinator, saying Brown will help the Terrapins with his "attacking-style" defense and recruiting skills. Brown, 53, was 43-19 in five seasons at Massachusetts, the school's best five-year mark, and led the Minutemen to the 2006 national title game in the Football Championship Subdivision. Brown's teams play a 4-3 defense. It's "an attacking-style defense," Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen said.
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By Jeff Barker and Jeff Barker,jeff.barker@baltsun.com | December 6, 2008
Chris Cosh is leaving Maryland after three years as defensive coordinator to take a similar post at Kansas State, where he was linebackers coach in 2004 and 2005. Maryland said Cosh, who once coached under Lou Holtz at South Carolina, would not coach the Terrapins in their still-undetermined bowl game this season. Maryland athletic officials said they would have no further comment on Cosh's departure at least until after Kansas State makes an announcement. Cosh headed a Maryland unit that was ninth out of the 12 Atlantic Coast Conference teams in total defense during the regular season.
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