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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | November 2, 2011
Maryland defensive end David Mackall has been suspended indefinitely for a violation of team rules, coach Randy Edsall said. Maryland did not specify what the violation was. Mackall -- backed up by sophomore Marcus Whitfield -- has played in all eight games this season and has three sacks. He joins a list of other Terps suspended at various points -- and for various durations -- this season. The list includes: fullback Rahsaan Moore, defensive end Cody Blue, receiver Ronnie Tyler, receiver Quintin McCree and running back D.J. Adams.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | November 5, 2011
Here are notes on Maryland's 31-13 loss to Virginia. Are Terps fans worried about next week's Notre Dame game? The Terps haven't scored more than 17 points in any of the past three games. The good news for Maryland is that it seemed to perk up the players to think about a big game on national television. The bad news is that the Irish have plenty of talent. * Maryland has had a habit of allowing teams to score quickly. But this was some sort of land-speed record against Virginia, right?
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October 1, 2011
Here are the weights of Towson's defensive front four: 244, 254,245, 274. Here are the weights of Maryland's offensive lineman: 295, 295, 290, 290. Towson is skilled but I think its relatively undersized lines -- typically a big difference between FCS and FBS teams -- should ultimately prove a difference-maker today. But the Terps are not dominating early, and Towson can be dangerous. It all has to make Terps fans nervous. Maryland leads 7-0. Towson hadn't give up a first-half touchdown this season until D.J. Adams ran in from 15 yards on Maryland's first possession.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | November 4, 2011
After home wins, Maryland football players are known to race to the student section and gleefully leap into the stands. After last week's 28-17 loss to Boston College, the Terps quietly trudged across the squishy, muddy field and back into Gossett Football Team House. The student section had largely emptied out — owing partly to the snowy, miserable weather. It has been that sort of period for the Terps (2-6, 1-4 Atlantic Coast Conference), who have lost six of their past seven games and haven't beaten a Football Bowl Subdivision opponent since opening weekend against Miami.
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Baltimore Sun reporter | September 5, 2011
Maryland 32, Miami 24 Fourth quarter: 0:39 Cameron Chism intercepts a Stephen Morris pass, returns it 54 yards for a touchdown. (Botched snap/hold on extra point, 2-point conversion attempt failed). Maryland 26, Miami 24 Fourth quarter: 1:39 Nick Ferrara 32-yard field goal is good. Miami 24, Maryland 23 Fourth quarter: 4:01 Jake Wieclaw 30-yard field goal is good. Maryland 23, Miami 21 Third quarter: 5:02 Nick Ferrara 28-yard field goal is good.
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By Jeff Barker | October 18, 2011
As expected, quarterback C.J. Brown will be Maryland's starter for the second straight game when the Terps travel to Floridia State. I had wondered whether coach Randy Edsall -- like last week -- would play it coy about his quarterback starter. It would have been harder this time around since Brown rushed for 162 yards against Clemson, a record for a Maryland quarterback. When I asked Edsall why he went public early in the week, the coach replied: "I didn't want to have to answer all those questions" as he did about his quarterback first-teamer last week.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | November 5, 2011
Here are notes on Maryland's 31-13 loss to Virginia. Are Terps fans worried about next week's Notre Dame game? The Terps haven't scored more than 17 points in any of the past three games. The good news for Maryland is that it seemed to perk up the players to think about a big game on national television. The bad news is that the Irish have plenty of talent. * Maryland has had a habit of allowing teams to score quickly. But this was some sort of land-speed record against Virginia, right?
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Sports Digest | November 3, 2011
Maryland football Mackall receives indefinite suspension Maryland defensive end David Mackall (Edmondson) has been suspended indefinitely for a violation of team rules, coach Randy Edsall said. Maryland did not specify what the violation was. Mackall — backed up by sophomore Marcus Whitfield — has played in all eight games this season and has three sacks. He joins a list of other Terps suspended at various points, and for various durations, this season.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | August 26, 2010
Maryland has adopted an unusual method of preparing for Navy's triple-option offense: The Terps are practicing without a ball. The Midshipmen, who play Maryland in the season opener on Sept. 6 at M&T Bank Stadium, are difficult to mimic. It's hard for opposing scout teams to duplicate the speed and multiple fakes of Ricky Dobbs, Navy's senior quarterback and captain. So Maryland coaches have made it easier this week by asking the scout team offense to play without the ball.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | September 25, 2011
Suspended senior Maryland receivers Ronnie Tyler and Quintin McCree will be allowed to return beginning Saturday against Towson, and they will start, coach Randy Edsall said Sunday. But the Terps — who have lost the past two games — will be missing starting safety Matt Robinson , who will undergo shoulder surgery and is out for the season. Robinson, who started Saturday's 38-7 loss to Temple, entered the game second in the Atlantic Coast Conference in tackles (11.5 per game)
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Sports Digest | November 3, 2011
Maryland football Mackall receives indefinite suspension Maryland defensive end David Mackall (Edmondson) has been suspended indefinitely for a violation of team rules, coach Randy Edsall said. Maryland did not specify what the violation was. Mackall — backed up by sophomore Marcus Whitfield — has played in all eight games this season and has three sacks. He joins a list of other Terps suspended at various points, and for various durations, this season.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | November 2, 2011
Maryland defensive end David Mackall has been suspended indefinitely for a violation of team rules, coach Randy Edsall said. Maryland did not specify what the violation was. Mackall -- backed up by sophomore Marcus Whitfield -- has played in all eight games this season and has three sacks. He joins a list of other Terps suspended at various points -- and for various durations -- this season. The list includes: fullback Rahsaan Moore, defensive end Cody Blue, receiver Ronnie Tyler, receiver Quintin McCree and running back D.J. Adams.
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By Jeff Barker | October 18, 2011
As expected, quarterback C.J. Brown will be Maryland's starter for the second straight game when the Terps travel to Floridia State. I had wondered whether coach Randy Edsall -- like last week -- would play it coy about his quarterback starter. It would have been harder this time around since Brown rushed for 162 yards against Clemson, a record for a Maryland quarterback. When I asked Edsall why he went public early in the week, the coach replied: "I didn't want to have to answer all those questions" as he did about his quarterback first-teamer last week.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | October 18, 2011
There had long been a stealth factor associated with C.J. Brown. Most of the Maryland quarterback's work had been displayed only to teammates and coaches behind the high fence surrounding the practice fields near Byrd Stadium. They privately marveled at his athleticism. So it's easy to understand why Clemson appeared to have difficulty last Saturday gauging Brown's speed, which seemed to sneak up on defenders. Before the game — won 56-45 by Clemson despite Brown's 162 rushing yards — the Tigers hadn't known for sure if Brown would start, and there was little video available to scout him because he had played so sparingly.
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October 1, 2011
Here are the weights of Towson's defensive front four: 244, 254,245, 274. Here are the weights of Maryland's offensive lineman: 295, 295, 290, 290. Towson is skilled but I think its relatively undersized lines -- typically a big difference between FCS and FBS teams -- should ultimately prove a difference-maker today. But the Terps are not dominating early, and Towson can be dangerous. It all has to make Terps fans nervous. Maryland leads 7-0. Towson hadn't give up a first-half touchdown this season until D.J. Adams ran in from 15 yards on Maryland's first possession.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | September 29, 2011
Three games into the season, Maryland football coach Randy Edsall is eagerly looking for playing time for the right guys — Edsall guys — and those players have increasingly turned out to be freshmen. Through his early-season use of first-year players, Edsall seems to be delivering a not-so-subtle message to his team about the sort of Terp he is looking for. His message, according to sophomore defensive end David Mackall (Edmondson), is that "just because you're older, just because you might be better doesn't mean anything if you don't do what you've got to do. If you don't work hard, then there's always somebody else that's willing to do it. The message is that you don't have to put an age on somebody playing the game with passion.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | August 22, 2011
With overhead spotlights, a runway and blaring pop music, Maryland football players unveiled new uniforms Monday night that update the team's brand with more intricate designs and a lighter, sleeker look designed to appeal to recruits. The players staged a fashion show, strutting across a ramp at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center on campus. The uniforms are noteworthy for how many there are. With four jersey colors, four pants colors and two helmets (black and white)
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Kevin Cowherd | September 17, 2011
COLLEGE PARK - Let's get to the important stuff first: the uniforms looked awesome. Black helmets, black jerseys, black pants, blood-red trim - this was Maryland going for Darth Vader-like intimidation against West Virginia, only without the heavy breathing. OK, maybe the 18th-ranked Mountaineers didn't exactly Fear the Turtle early in Saturday's game at Byrd Stadium, especially after they opened a 34-10 lead early in the third quarter. But by the time this one was over, by the time Maryland scored three touchdowns to make it 34-31 with 10:29 left and the crowd of 53,627 on its feet and howling for an upset, West Virginia knew it was in a ballgame.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | September 25, 2011
Suspended senior Maryland receivers Ronnie Tyler and Quintin McCree will be allowed to return beginning Saturday against Towson, and they will start, coach Randy Edsall said Sunday. But the Terps — who have lost the past two games — will be missing starting safety Matt Robinson , who will undergo shoulder surgery and is out for the season. Robinson, who started Saturday's 38-7 loss to Temple, entered the game second in the Atlantic Coast Conference in tackles (11.5 per game)
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | September 20, 2011
Maryland coach Randy Edsall said Tuesday that he has developed a tentative plan for bringing back suspended receivers Ronnie Tyler and Quintin McCree before the end of the season. But Edsall would not reveal the date for their scheduled return, and said the timetable depends on the players' behavior in the interim. "I've got a plan in mind and I just hope to see what I need to see," Edsall told reporters during his weekly media availability at Gossett Football Team House. "None of the coaches know what it is, but so far, so good.
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