U-md.'s bad 'business' decision
Let me get this straight: The University of Maryland is firing Ralph Friedgen, an alumnus, even though the football coach made kids go to class, was named ACC coach of the year, engineered one of the biggest program turnarounds in the country and took his teams to bowl games in seven of the past 10 years.
As a Maryland alum and a parent of a Maryland student, I am miffed by the school’s “business” decision, seemingly made by two outsiders who have been on campus for a matter of months.
This just isn’t right, and I can’t help but feel that this decision will eventually come back to haunt the university.
Thomas Ponton, Columbia
| December 23, 2010; 7:57 PM ET
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