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Terps Film Study: Option Game with Caleb Rowe

Last Friday, the Maryland Terrapins’ football team held their annual Red-White Spring Game, in which we saw a lot of good offense from the White team. One of the battles that had been going on all Spring was the one … Continue reading

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Project 2014: The Special Teams

Image Credit: Baltimore Sun After a rough 2012 season, the Maryland Terrapins’ specialists had a much better 2013. Brad Craddock (pictured above) led the way with an extremely good sophomore campaign, highlighted by his monster performance against West Virginia in … Continue reading

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Project 2014: The Safeties

Image Credit: The Diamondback Unlike a cornerback position that will see a large amount of turnover in 2014, the safety position remains very much unchanged. Last season, young sophomores Anthony Nixon and Sean Davis locked down both starting spots at safety … Continue reading

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Project 2014: The Cornerbacks

 Image Credit: Baltimore Sun The Maryland Terrapins’ cornerback unit took two huge hits in the early portion of the 2013 season when both Dexter McDougle and Jeremiah Johnson went down with injuries. McDougle spent the majority of his final season with … Continue reading

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Project 2014: The Linebackers

Image Credit: UMTerps In Brian Stewart’s 3-4 defensive system, linebackers are probably the most important players on the field. They must be able to rush the passer, stop the run, and cover the pass. Compared to linebackers in a 4-3 system, … Continue reading

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Project 2014: The Defensive Line

Image Credit: ESPN The Maryland Terrapins’ defensive line underwent a lot of changes from the 2012 season to the 2013 season. Star linemen Joe Vellano and A.J. Francis were gone, leaving only nose tackle Darius Kilgo. Defensive coordinator Brian Stewart was … Continue reading

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Project 2014: The Offensive Line

Image Credit: The Diamondback The Maryland offensive line has gone through quite a few changes over the past few years, and has struggled to find consistency in most of those seasons. Last season, expectations were fairly low for this unit, but … Continue reading

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Project 2014: The Tight Ends

 Image Credit: The Diamondback One of the more underrated players for the Maryland Terrapins in 2013 was senior tight end Dave Stinebaugh (pictured above). While he didn’t ever have monster games in the passing game, he was a solid, well-rounded force … Continue reading

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Terps Football Q&A with Tim Strachan

The Maryland Terrapins football team is approaching the beginning of their spring practices, and will be looking to improve on their 7-6 (3-5 ACC) mark last season. They’ll also be entering a new conference, which brings its own set of challenges. … Continue reading

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Project 2014: The Wide Receivers

Image Credit: Washington Post The 2013 season saw devastating injuries hit the Maryland Terrapins’ wide receiving corps. Stefon Diggs and Deon Long both went down with broken legs against Wake Forest, thus ending what could have been amazing seasons for both … Continue reading

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